Your calendrical fallacy is... | Dave DeLong

A fun list of the all the irritating edge cases that can crop up once you start dealing with dates and timezones. I'm a particular fan of the more obscure information on the Hebrew Calendar, with leap months, months that change length depending on how cloudy it is (moon visibility), and one month that can be shorter than a standard week. Talk about a headache 😂

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