Yesterday I noticed that my last three published Hubs in Letterpile are showing published on dates of 12/31/69.
Wow, that means they're really old. Even before the Internet.
What's up with that?
Toooooo funny! Only on the www. Sounds like a fun hub topic to me.
There's a technical reason for that, I've forgotten what it was. I do know that it has happened to thousands of other websites over the years. No big deal.
You nailed it. Same sort of thing. Has to do with default start dates, counters, rollovers, and so forth. Believe it or not, this article is on topic: https://www.tomsguide.com/us/gps-mini-y … 29583.html
This issue has been reported and the engineers are working on a fix.
I have an article on LevelSkip that I wrote last week showing that date. How did I manage to write about a Nintendo Switch game before Pong was even released?
Oh, good! Well maybe not. But at least I'm not the only one who is a time traveler. Mmmm. Pong. I liked Space Invaders. Maybe it's their fault.
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