Uk Govt site offers live interview with Y2K expert tomorrow (says Europe is 2 yrs behind UK)greenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
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Subject: Live speaker on the BugNetwork Date: Wed, 28 Apr 1999 18:07:40 +0100 (BST) From: email@example.com (BugNetwork Editor NEW - The BUG NETWORK now gives you the opportunity to ask our speakers questions live during our broadcast.
Live this Thurday, 29 April, at 1pm BST [I think that's 0800 EST] http://www.bugnetwork.com we proudly present an exclusive live interview with Karl Feilder, President and CEO of Greenwich Mean Time, advisor to the British, South African, New Zealand and Australian governments and all round Millennium Bug Guru! GMT are a global company founded in 1996 to investigate the year 2000 challenge as it effects PC's and PC Networks.
As one of the first people in the world to recognise the desktop challenge and the first to focus exclusively on it, Feilder's in-depth authority on the subject is unrivalled anywhere in the world.
Feilder returned from a tour of Europe last week expressing dismay at the lack of progress of most European countries have made on solving y2K problems.
"Europe is at least two years behind Britain," he said. "I'm shocked and concerned at the lack of serious attention most countries are showing this problem. The British government needs to make a greater effort to get its trading partners taking action."
The interview will be conducted by John Ivinson, Vice President of Professional and Public Affairs at the British Computer Society and Consultant to Action 2000.
To access the conferences users will need to have an audio plug-in. RealNetworks Audio Player can be downloaded from the site.
To ask questions in advance please go to the specific speaker of your interest in the site and register on the Bulletin Board. Alternatively you can send your questions live during the interview for the speaker to answer on line.
For any further information contact the site editor Mark Mitchinson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
-- Old Git (email@example.com), April 28, 1999