Yesterday's Y2K compliance information is ancient history : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread

Things are changing so fast that no matter how "complete" you think your Y2K compliance is, you're most certainly wrong.

And after January 1, the changes will really start
pouring in, as people find that some of the "fixes"
didn't work.


-- spider (, December 07, 1999


Y2K Problems To Continue

Kevin Weaver, co-founder and executive vice
president of Infoliant, said that the firm's
Delta report has tracked 1,070 Y2K status
changes in the last three months. 730 of these
were negative changes (moving to a less than
fully Y2K-Ready status).

Computer Currents

-- spider (, December 07, 1999.

You forgot the PS Spider. To buy Infoliant's "services"...

"Please call Infoliant Corporation at 1-888-925-5478 or send us an E-Mail: for the latest pricing information."

-- CD (, December 07, 1999.

Hey CD,

When was the last time YOU got something for nothing.

I don't see anybody handing out freebies.

-- snooze button (, December 07, 1999.

Sorry "snooze". Apparently my comment was too subtle for you too grasp.

-- CD (, December 07, 1999.


Apparently you have not learned the difference between "deep" and "muddy". I agree with snooze button, and we're both off, then maybe you've forgotten that you're speaking to EVERYONE.

Make it clear or shut up.

-- (, December 07, 1999.

Kurt- Tell me what you need, and I'll tell you how to get along without it.

-- CD (, December 07, 1999.

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