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For those who haven't been checking in lately, the U.S. Senate Special Committee on the Year 2000 Technology Problem Website has become a disaster in the past few days.
They've revamped it and it isn't any better. It's worse than the original site which was revamped a couple of months ago.
Regardless, (and I apologize if this has already been posted) in a routine check tonight, I realized that a new hearing has been added to the mix (to precede the utilities hearing, which will be the last hearing before the Congressional break in August)
JULY 29 -- National Y2K Information Coordination Center 9:30 AM, Room 192 Dirksen
This could be an important one.
Learn more (if you CAN, considering how "user unfriendly" this site has become recently) at www.senate.gov/~y2k
'Just passing it on. . .
-- FM (email@example.com), July 26, 1999
Hopefully, Cory Hamasaki will attend this like he normally does, and give us his usual "transcript" of what went on.
-- King of Spain (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 26, 1999.
This struck me as odd-
) 1999 United States Senate. All rights reserved.
Government information copyrighted? Maybe I need to get out more often.
-- mchnst (Gunmkr52@aol.com), July 26, 1999.
No the Senate can't copyright anything prepared with public funds. Do you think they are taking private donations nowadays? WEll, I know they are... That is truly odd as hell.
-- Mara Wayne (MaraWAyne@aol.com), July 26, 1999.