A Chilling Reminder From Cory Hamasaki Today

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Latest thoughts on the "problem"... "We are watching the collapse of a technological civilization. The falsehoods, hopes, dreams, cluelessness, promises, marketing hype, none of it matters.

Does the code work? Will the code work? Can the broken code be fixed in time?

It doesn't; it won't; and there isn't enough time left to fix the essential systems.

Some of us believe in a few hours or couple days outage. It won't be like that. Large systems will break and it will take years to repair or rebuild them. Major corporations will fail.

Stating otherwise is hoping against hope.

What flows from that? Chaos or a realignment where the few functional entities capture the marketplace?

Stay tuned, this ride will be like nothing you or I have ever imagined. People will die, fortunes will be made, this is an adventure and in a hundred years, they will still be studying this event."

cory hamasaki 403 Days, 9,694 Hours.

-- Andy (andy_rowland@msn.com), November 23, 1998


And the New World Order will beome a reality.

-- ESP Troll (NWOTroll@bridges.com), November 23, 1998.

Andy could you provide the link to Cory's latest thoughts? My latest DC Weather Report is #100.

-- Bill (bill@microsoft.com), November 23, 1998.

I can't find the 403 days left report anywhere either. Where is it Andy?

-- James Chancellor (publicworks1@bluebonnet.net), November 23, 1998.

Just finished reading it before coming here; it was just a post to the comp.software.year-2000 newsgroup. I think Andy has included the full text of the post.

-- Max Dixon (Ogden, Utah USA) (Max.Dixon@gte.net), November 23, 1998.


A link to 101


Without teh dcw-101.txt you get the mirror site which has 101

-- Chuck a night driver (rienzoo@en.com), November 23, 1998.

I thought Cory was taking a vacation for a while. Is he back early?

-- Robert A. Cook, P.E. (Kennesaw, GA) (cook.r@csaatl.com), November 23, 1998.

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