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Aperiodvent, Day 1: The first 10,000 digits of π dialled on a rotary phone

This is part of the Aperiodical Advent Calendar. We’ll be posting a new surprise for you each morning until Christmas!

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  1. Shecky R

    When I first saw this I thought it was one of the dumber things I’d ever seen on a math blog (and still think whoever did this has waaaaay too much friggin’ time on their hands ;-)… but then I played it and loved the sound (although it may drive some folks crazy!)… now I use it as relaxing background noise when I’m surfing the Web!!
    I suspect some asmr enthusiasts will enjoy it as well, and if you relabel it on YouTube as an asmr audio-video you’ll get even more traffic!
    Can’t even imagine what the rest of your Advent calendar will be like!?

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