OK so it hasn't happened yet..... But when it does something extra-ordinary will happen.
People all over the world are going to create a photographic record of their local surroundings and upload them to Google+. Giving everyone else the chance to take a sneaking glimpse of the world at one precise moment in time.
To include a small snapshop of your little piece of the world is simple.
1) Take a picture at any point on 29th Feb 2012
2) Upload your picture to Google+
3) Tag the picture with both the location and #G+LeapYearDayProject .
4) That's it.
To see what the world looked like at that moment Wait until after that date and use the search box to find a specific location or everything https://plus.google.com/u/0/s/%23G%2BLeapYearDayProject
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