c.s.y2k and Paul Milne

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What does c.s.y2k mean and what does it have to do with Paul Milne? Is it a site? Thanx as always

-- Have a Q (answer@here.com), December 11, 1998


computers.software.y2k is a "newsgroup." You need to use your "newreader" software to get there. It's not a website. Paul Milne has been a contributor to that discussion group for a while.

-- a (b@c.def), December 11, 1998.

In the interest of accuracy, find " comp.software.year-2000 " DejaNews is a suitable newsreader at www.dejanews.com Or, just for fun, see if you can use it without registering. Try http://x5.dejanews.com/dnquery.xp?QRY=%7Eg++comp.software.year-2000&DB S=2&maxhits=25&format=terse&showsort=score&ST=QS&LNG=ALL


"All that glitters is not gold, all that wander are not lost." ---MissyAmI

-- Hallyx (Hallyx@aol.com), December 11, 1998.

OR, if you are using IE4.01, use the built in news reder in Outlook Express. Works just fine as soon as you get to your ISP's newsgroup address

-- Chuck a night driver (rienzoo@en.com), December 11, 1998.

"All that is gold does not glitter
Not all those who wander are lost
The old that is strong does not wither
Deep roots are not reached by the frost."

-- Shimrod (shimrod@lycosmail.com), December 13, 1998.

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