Get Your Very Own Piece of Pi Toronto, ON, Canada / 102.1 the Edge Carly Meyers March 14, 2016 09:18 am Happy Pi Day everyone! Love that the best part of #PiDay is that it's also #Einstein's birthday! Happy #PiDay2016! pic.twitter.com/u97Q2omhQe— NSF Math & Phys Sci (@NSF_MPS) March 14, 2016 Happy Birthday Albert Einstein 💙 #PiDay pic.twitter.com/Tr9iQsAPyU— Efuru (@JheneAiko) March 14, 2016 Happy #PiDay from @ABC7! https://t.co/9a3yX6jY0ahttps://t.co/Opjgxq0Gd2— ABC7 Eyewitness News (@ABC7) March 14, 2016 Here is a short poem to celebrate #PiDay It is called "π in the sky". pic.twitter.com/Ery5Gi0dRE— Brian Bilston (@brian_bilston) March 14, 2016 Ever wonder what PI number your birthday is?! Well, this website makes it easy to find out! How? “In the Wolfram Language, it’s easy to find out where your birthday appears in π. It’s pretty certain that any mm/dd/yy will appear somewhere in the first 10 million digits.” Try it for yourself!