12:12, 12/12/12

Ricky Onsman
SitePoint Managing Editor
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When you see a time and date like that, you have to pause for a moment and reflect. It seems profound, important somehow.

It doesn’t have to have any deep meaning, of course, it’s just a beautiful alignment that is both rare and inevitable. I can understand why people choose it for something like a wedding ceremony. It’s certainly memorable.

When it occurs smack in the middle of the Annual SitePoint Christmas Sale, it also gives us an excuse to go a little crazy.

To celebrate this auspicious date, we’re re-opening all previous deals in the Sale … for the NEXT 12 HOURS ONLY. We even built you a special link: http://www.sitepoint.com/launch/spxmas-12-12-12

SitePoint Christmas Sale

To refresh your memory, here’s a list of all the deals so far:

  • DAY 1 – 2012 Best-sellers Bliss – (SAVE over $130)
  • DAY 2 – PHP Mastery – (SAVE over $100)
  • DAY 3 – Ultimate Freebies – (worth $700)
  • DAY 4 – Mobile Magic – (SAVE 78%)
  • DAY 5 – JavaScript + jQuery – (SAVE over $80)
  • DAY 6 – Freelancer’s Freedom – (SAVE over $400)
  • DAY 7 – 1 Year Learnable – (SAVE $107)
  • DAY 8 – 3 Stunning ebooks for $17 – (SAVE over 81%)
  • DAY 9 – Winning Web Design – (SAVE $90)
  • DAY 10 – WordPress Wisdom – (SAVE 83%)
  • DAY 11 – Best-of DealFuel – (SAVE over $1300)
  • DAY 12 – HTML + CSS – (SAVE over $90)
  • DAY 13 – Jump Start Duo – (SAVE 50%)
  • DAY 14 – Pick Your Own Print Books – (Less than $13 each)

Make sure you only order one deal at a time, to maintain the correct discounts in your cart.

And feel free to share your thoughts on the date in the comments here.

Did you arrange anything special for 12/12/12?

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  • KC

    This is another nice date and time: 20:12, 20/12/2012
    Of course, this is the german way of writing the date: dd/mm/yyyy

    Cheers,
    KC