Billionth Birthday

version 1.1.1 of June 8, 2002

What it does

Did you ever wonder if you would soon be 1,000,000,000 seconds old? Whether you missed your 50,000th wedding anniversary (50,000 hours, that is)? When the Macintosh will be 900 weeks old? Now you can find out!

How to use it

Launch Billionth Birthday and enter the date (and possibly the time) of some interesting event, such as your birth. The window will then show you when you when you will next be an interesting number of seconds, minutes, hours, days, or weeks old. You can also see if you just missed an interesting anniversary.

The Preferences menu has two options:

You should be able to enter dates in whatever format your Mac is set up to use. If it doesn't work, please let me know.

Updates and Distribution

The latest version of Billionth Birthday can be downloaded from the web pages at

This program is free. You can use it for free, offer it for download on your web site, or sell it on CD-ROM or DVD-ROM collections. If you're selling Billionth Birthday as part of a shareware collection, it would be nice if you told me about it so I can know how famous I'm becoming.

System Requirements

Billionth Birthday should work on any Macintosh running System 7 or later.

Version History


Moved web pages to


Edit->Feedback menu added. Copy output to clipboard.


Initial Release.

Contacting the author

Scott Lindhurst