IS THIS FOR REAL??? : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread

I have read over and over..."There is =NO= 'silver bullet!'. Now comes this newest entry into the fray....whatcha' think?

\/\/illis in OKC, OK 01/26/1999

-- Willis Thomason (, January 26, 1999


They say that one is born every minute!

-- Buffalo Bob (, January 26, 1999.

Oh well. It was nice meeting all of you. I'm off to put my money back in the bank.

Anybody want to buy a ton of beans, cheap?


-- E. Coli (, January 26, 1999.

whoya, that's great, now y2k could very well be a bump in the road. now all we have is a conspiracy to deal with. One down one to go.

-- sam (we', January 26, 1999.

Encapsulation is nothing new. The guy just got a patent on his method. It will work, but has limitations. They have been discussed on other threads. Perhaps someone else can find the link.

Now, he only needs to sell it to millions of companies in 200 or so days. No problem.

-- Steve Hartsman (, January 26, 1999.

Nice that de Jager posted it at his site. Before I left, I checked his list of "Promise Keepers". It is up to a staggering SEVEN companies. All is well...

-- Steve Hartsman (, January 26, 1999.

"QIPP. is a PATENTED (# 5,852,824) METHODOLOGY and TRADE SECRET that will keep a computer system's applications functioning somewhat normally through the first part of the 21st century."

Somewhat normally? I think deJager has finally flipped.

-- a (a@a.a), January 26, 1999.

This Y2K silver bullet fixes everything! It says so in the article. Not only will it fix your computer problem but it will get out that nasty chili stain on your tie. Wow, it really is a miracle!!

-- (, January 26, 1999.

Hummm. Would love to "hear" about it working well -- in lots of places.

So, has he worked on an embedded chip problem?


-- Diane J. Squire (, January 26, 1999.

Catchy name. :-)

-- No Spam Please (, January 27, 1999.

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