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Anyone notice the date of the three service area average temperatures at


-- PHO (, April 20, 2001



-- spider (, April 20, 2001.

Check this out:

-- spider (, April 20, 2001.

o Your backups stopped working today (04/19/2001)

-- spider (, April 20, 2001.

Good find Spider. Keep prepin'

-- PHO (, April 20, 2001.

Notified Cal-ISO of glitch, received the following reply:

"We have been changing to a new weather service and this may be a bug or part of the change-over. Unfortunately it may have to sit there until Monday, but I will let the engineers know. Thanks for the heads-up. Webmaster California ISO"

-- PHO (, April 20, 2001.

After checking out the "Super-Tar" hyperlink, it shows that a Y2K Bug "time bomb" hit not on 2000/01/01, or 2000/02/29, or even 2000/12/31, but not until 2001/04/17. Why did this software "run out of time" on this oddball date??

More important: How many OTHER such delayed-action "time bombs" are lurking out there, yet to strike??? Hey folks, the "Y2K Bug Flood" is FAR from "cresting." Hold On!

-- Robert Riggs (, April 21, 2001.

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