The objective of this web site is to convince the world that mathematics is fun, and capitalize on the attention mathematicians’ favorite number, Pi, gets on Pi Day. By promoting cool Pi-related things from around the web, we are able to demonstrate how important math is to our society today, both culturally and technically.
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Copyright & Intellectual Property
We do our best to credit original sources, and not to publish content without the owner’s permission. If we’ve made a mistake, we apologize and will edit or remove your content as you desire promptly. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Content Issue” so we’re sure to see it quickly.
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Site Stats & Visitors
We receive around 2 to 2.5 million visitors per year with the vast majority of those around March 14th. During March 13th to 15th 2018 PiDay.org received 611,477 visitors and had over 1 million pageviews.