The Switch made a Pi Day pie. It was apple.


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Here at the Switch, we love math. And since it's Pi Day, of course, we needed to have a traditional celebration -- with pie. After a democratic vote, the team chose apple as filling. So we destroyed some apples -- although we went rustic, and left them unpeeled.


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And we couldn't go with a plain crust-- and after much Google image searching decided on a large pi cut out...


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And it held up pretty well once filled.


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Then it went into the oven.


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And once it came out, it was packed up and went to the office.


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Where Cecilia Kang kindly provided ice cream. (Butter pecan!)


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It didn't last long. Happy Pi Day!

Andrea Peterson covers technology policy for The Washington Post, with an emphasis on cybersecurity, consumer privacy, transparency, surveillance and open government.
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