Win NT showing February 26th, 2000 on folders modified date.greenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
These were created on Feb 26th, 1999. The files are intact. Anybody have any clue what would cause this? These are non-crical files Date-wise but it sure confuses me how I can track updates to them (which occur infrequently)
-- Jim (email@example.com), January 07, 2000
Has to be Y2K. MUST BE! Are we all gonna die now?
-- Grasping (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 07, 2000.
Doesn't the February date scenario come up in a previous thread? The Denver Bunker, I think. Sorry, no time to check back but software designers might want to do a quick assessment on the roll forward to February. Might also want to check into the possible relationship between the +1 increments in date display in millenial representation and currently recognized processing adaptation. Just a "passing fancy" but we're dealing with intelligent systems here, and the patterns of cognition and conflict resolution may not be immediately obvious.
So hold on Pollies, pollmers and trolls. You may all be suprised by the outcome of all this brouhaha.
-- mike morris (m.morris @hotmail.com), January 07, 2000.
Hey Grasping! I told you to get back to work and don't blow our cover.
-- Rendonite (Rendonite@rendon.org), January 07, 2000.
Invalid date for a folder in WIN NT? Man..thats Armageddon for sure..thanks for sharing..I think I will cash in my 401K now and buy that secluded outpost in the dessert. Thanks for the warning.
-- Tom (email@example.com), January 07, 2000.
Great God I wish this forum was password protected!
Trying to read a conversation punctuated by an army of sneering piss ants is like trying to eat a meal in a restaurant with a nine year old's birthday party going on at the next table.
-- Ron Schwarz (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 07, 2000.