CIO.GOV pulls all of its y2k info from site, even back to the mid 90's : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread

Check for yourself. I bookmarked this site last year because it had some good y2k info. It is all gone. Do a search, one of their suggested words to search for is still Y2k, but nothing turns up.

-- James Chancellor, PE. (, October 15, 1999


Which site/state might that be?

-- Charles R. (, October 15, 1999.

-- James Chancellor, PE. (, October 15, 1999.


Look down the front page at...

And there's plenty of Y2K/Year 2000 "stuff." Well... recent... at least.


-- Diane J. Squire (, October 15, 1999.


Goto the search function at the CIO.GOV site and look up Y2K. Search results=No Documents. They may be there but the search engine is clueless.

-- Helium (, October 15, 1999.

FWIW, I went to the original site mentioned above (, dodged those annoying Javascript messages, used the pull-down window to select "Year 2000" (leave everything else as-is), and it gave me 41 hits. I only selected the first one, but it was there.

-- I'm Here, I'm There (I'm Everywhere@so.beware), October 15, 1999.

ah yes, java...

I run Netscape 3.1 most of the time, and I must admit that some sites look pretty empty. If I go back with IE4+ There is lots of stuff, (Java enabled)

I guess a lot of sites are not going to be "backward" compatible.....

-- Helium (, October 15, 1999.

But then, they will be Y2K compliant.....

Even if you can't see them.....

-- Helium (, October 15, 1999.


There has been quite a lot going on in the world of WEB BROWSERS! Maybe you should consider joining us in the new mellenium, and UPGRADE!

This might help you avoid Netscape 3.1 driven conspiracy theories.


-- Cory Hill (, October 16, 1999.

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