What are the dates for the 9th and 20th business day for the rest of this year and all of next year?
I need to quickly figure the 9th and 20th business days of each month for the rest of 2012 and all of 2013. Preferably not in a manual fashion. [more inside]
How long is a day around the world? [more inside]
I am looking for the most accurate calendar. With even increments and no exceptions(leap years). [more inside]
Best days to travel I 95 from Maryland through New Jersey. [more inside]
I think I'm depressed and need some time off from work, but I'm also a new employee. What do I tell HR? [more inside]
How would you make the most of 3.5 days in Patong, Phuket? [more inside]
365 days of something...argh. [more inside]
What is the difference between Greenwich time, Zulu and UTC? Is Zulu and UTC a form of Greenwich time? I can't seem to find a page that states the difference. And do these forms of measurement not recognize daylight savings? Thanks in advance!
Canadian Auto Insurance Question: Nebulous limbo time between vehicles edition. "Everybody Knows" that there is a 14 day grace period to get your papers sorted out. Is there? [more inside]
Do you know restaurants named for the days of the week in the NYC area? [more inside]
WeightliftingFilter: Good Activities for rest days between working out? [more inside]
National Poundcake Day: Attack or Defend [more inside]
Can I force iCal to display more than 7 days at once in its Week view? (Say, 9 or 10 days at once?) I'm not finding a definitive answer on the web, just other people wishing for the same thing (or suggestions of non-iCal programs, which I can't use). I'm running Tiger but would also be happy to hear if there are any differences here in Leopard.
I just learned August is anal sex month. Is there a meta-index of corporate, non-profit, non-governmental and intergovernmental "...Month"s, "...Day"s or "...Year"s?
Excel question: I can't figure out how to count what I want to count... [more inside]
From when and where does the idea of having a 'weekend' come? Who first decided that two days out of seven should be kept work-free (for most working people)?