Lots of interesting calendar anomalies this month.
The year started with a binary date:
01/01/10 or 010110 (22 if you have to know).
Today, January 2, is a palindrome date (same backward and forward):
01/02/2010 or 01022010 (or, if you do your dates in sortable order as 2010/01/02 it will still work).
The next few days can all be considered palindromes:
But you have to stretch it a bit. Why add the zero to the month, and leave it off the day?
January 10 we are back to binary dates:
01/10/10 or 011010 (26 if you have to know)
January 11 we have a binary date and a palindrome:
January 22 is a good palindrome as well: