Have you heard? Today you’re getting an extra second in your day due to the odd rotation of the planet! NASA further explains why science has generously decided June 30th should be longer than the rest of the year in this short video:
Science is offering you an extra second in your day on June 30th.
Twitter has been buzzing all days with suggestions on how to use today’s extra second:
Reminder, on June 30th, waste your leap second at http://t.co/MatYUWP5gO or http://t.co/uCRCRq85f2!
— Last Week Tonight (@LastWeekTonight) June 29, 2015
Even Kermit wants you to spend it wisely!
I'm so excited for #LeapSecond day! Is everybody ready to leap for one second? The whole world will be frogs! YAAAAY! pic.twitter.com/Nmcn36gLn0
— Kermit the Frog (@KermitTheFrog) June 30, 2015
And others are concerned it could cause the biggest internet disaster since Y2K!
Will the #leapsecond break the Internet? Check back at 8pET http://t.co/fD7nliqClR $YELP $LNKD $GOOGL pic.twitter.com/jfOR7FCG4H
— CNNMoney (@CNNMoney) June 30, 2015
Impressive! But we don’t really see what the big deal is. eSchedule has been giving scheduling managers thousands of extra seconds every day for the last 10 years! By taking their Excel spreadsheet or paper-based schedules and moving them to the cloud, we have been able to reduce the time they spend dealing with absences, scheduling conflicts and outdated workflows. We’d love to give you some extra time in your day as well: