Mother of All Year 2000 (Y2K) Link Centers gone?greenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
I just tried to access the "Mother of All Year 2000 (Y2K) Link Centers" site and got a message that it was no longer available. Anyone know what happened? Did they close up shop and head for the hills?
-- Buddy Y. (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 25, 1998
Buddy, which site are you referring to? I figure I have all the major Y2K sites bookmarked and can't find one that's down.
-- Craig (email@example.com), September 25, 1998.
I know the one you're talking about, I think, and I couldn't get there either. Whether that's permanent or a transitory condition, I couldn't tell.
-- Karen Cook (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 25, 1998.
Yes,I got quite a laugh last week when I tried to go to the "Mother of all y2k " site and it seemed to be no longer in existence!! I dont know what happened to it, but it is kind of ironic, isn't it?!
-- madeline (email@example.com), September 26, 1998.
Okay, Buddy, Karen or Madeline.
Someone please tell me what the URL was for that site.
-- Craig (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 27, 1998.
If my memory serves me right, TMOAY2K links was a link provided by the department of the navy. I recall seeing this link listed there while suring the DON site. Be careful snooping around at government sites. I tried to access a site once and got a message saying my address did not have clearance. I suspect Big Brother is watching. Scott Olmstead also has this link on his website, but the link is no longer available. The Mother of all Y2K Links was just that. A link to almost every other Y2K site.
-- Dave (email@example.com), September 28, 1998.
The site was http://pw2.netcom.com/~helliott/00.htm
It doesn't matter any more. The number of sites with good links has grown tremendously in just the last month or so.
-- Buddy Y. (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 28, 1998.