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Chicago Tribune automated phone system will not accept yr = 99.
-- curtis schalek (email@example.com), January 04, 1999
Was this something you heard, read from a website, etc.? Did you experience this first-hand as a customer?
Details and sources regarding this would be nice :-)
-- Tim (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 04, 1999.
Check out some of the following posts on worldnetdaily today - there are a couple of 1999 Y2K problem related articles you may find interesting.
Y2K vs. the world Every nation is fighting a losing battle --ABC News
Problems less than a year away Glitches will begin hitting systems this year --Fox News
1999 computer glitches hit Sweden Cab fares, gas availability problems of new year --Associated Press
Y2K squelches millennium travel Many choose to stay at home rather than risk flight --USA Today
U.S. firms fear the worst Chevron, AT&T among those throwing in towel --Reuters
No party for techies They plan to work overtime for Y2K --Wall Street Journal
Businesses prepare for suits Those filed already just tip of the iceberg --Flint (Mich.) Journal
Many are stocking up already Survival food, gear is big business --Contra Costa (Calif.) Times
COMMENTARY Is Y2K a fear-mongering hoax?
-- Rob Michaels (email@example.com), January 04, 1999.
Rob, Fear is just one response to the unknown.
Most the latest Y2K newsmedia articles are still "all-over-the-map" on the issue.
Still sorting and sifting. (Drat!!)
-- Diane J. Squire (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 04, 1999.