use pandemonium in a sentence.
The author only advices to use UNIX time to precisely measure time intervals and store precise timestamps; your points are of course valid, but they are not a reason to degrade precise data into human-readable pandemonium.
Didn't they pull a similar story telling people an attack on them by Cyberbunker impacted the London Internet Exchange, prompting quite some pandemonium?
What seems to be working for Pandemonium, just down the street, is event and community space -- for them it's board and collectible card games.
SOCOM and the Gears of War franchises were probably the two biggest non-respawn online shooters on consoles, and the latest iteration of both has instead put respawn pandemonium front and center instead.
At the supermarket, if you are early enough, you will find pandemonium.