Ed's articles still available on line

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Folks, I've never learned to do a hot link, but if you will go to the following site, all of Ed's articles are still available. I'm going to save the relevant ones, myself.


-- Jon Williamson (pssomerville@sprintmail.com), May 29, 1999


Several people have asked me to keep my existing articles/essays intact on the www.yourdon.com web site. It makes sense, and has no "downside" consequences, as far as I can tell. So, okay, they'll stay there. But I can't promise to write any additional articles or essays, or update my existing list of resources and links.


-- Ed Yourdon (ed@yourdon.com), May 30, 1999.


-- Kevin (mixesmusic@worldnet.att.net), May 29, 1999.

OK. I've got Ed's Y2K articles saved. I can email to anyone who can't get them all (40 articles and 2 .gifs).

Ed, I wish you well. Your logic on this issue has impressed me.

-- Jon Williamson (pssomerville@sprintmail.com), May 29, 1999.

Thanks for all you've done, Ed. Good luck and Godspeed...

-- Nabi Davidson (nabi7@yahoo.com), May 30, 1999.

Thank you for posting the Yourdon files. A few days ago I read the May 25 testimony and when I went back to read his oral remarks,poof, they went sayonara! First time at tis site. John F.

-- John F. (gibbswich@msn.com), May 30, 1999.

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