Yesterday in history was an interesting day:

In 1752, Britain adopted the Gregorian calendar, which means people went to sleep on September 2 and woke up on September 14.

In 1945, Japan signed its unconditional surrender on a U.S. battleship, formally ending WWII.

In 1969, the first ATM in the U.S. debuted in Long Island, NY.

Via the Morning Brew newsletter:

Mitch Wagner @MitchWagner