Happy Pi(e) Day!

Happy Pi Day! Every year on March 14 (3.14), geeks around the globe celebrate pi day. So, it seemed like the only appropriate day to launch forestgeek.com. Thank you for visiting the site. As a forester and a self professed tech geek, I was thinking of how I could mesh the two. This site is what I came up with. Here you'll find forestry and technology news, product and service reviews, and tips/tricks of the trade. I can't promise that every blog post, review, or tip will be forestry related but I'll try my best to post content that is interesting. I will focus on reviewing hardware and software apps (mostly for Windows (PC), Android, and iOS) that you may be interested in. I will also be creating a YouTube channel that will launch later in the year with videos of reviews and tips as well. I am excited about sharing my thoughts with the world so please check back often or subscribe to the rss feed. Please feel free to contact us if you have a tip to share or if you are curious about what we think about a certain product or service.
Back to Pi Day, why is pi significant for a tree guy? Pi is a very important number that is used in calculating the circumference, diameter, or volume of a tree. You can head over to www.piday.org to learn more about pi and some of the calculations it's used in. If it's a more traditional pie you're looking for then head on over to www.piecouncil.org. They even have a neat activity packet for kids that make learning about pi fun.
Thank you again for taking the time to visit forestgeek.com. I'm doing this mostly for fun, but I need to at least plug my day job. If you ever want to know more about forestry, need assistance with forest management, or need a consulting forester, visit my company's website for more information and resources. Have a great pi day! 

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