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Interesting Y2K glitches being reported. One article on OPIC gasoline stock pile
-- Rasty (Rasty@bulldoggg.xcom), January 12, 2000
It's that dadburn Organization of Petroleum Importing Countries again!!
-- I'mSo (email@example.com), January 13, 2000.
1971 COMENTARY: Y2K, Experts and Citizens Roleigh Martin Mon Jan 10, 2000 1972 Fwd: Subj: Lawyers Helped? Roleigh Martin Mon Jan 10, 2000 1973 Re: Reporting Y2k incidents LSRY2K Tue Jan 11, 2000 1974 Gary North's Current Newsletter Roleigh Martin Tue Jan 11, 2000 1975 OPIS Alert: REFINERS CUT OPERATIONS, STOCKS BUILD Roleigh Martin Tue Jan 11, 2000 1976 An Excellent Article on Y2K Benefits.... Roleigh Martin Tue Jan 11, 2000 1977 Two Norwegian 737s make emergency landings with i Roleigh Martin Tue Jan 11, 2000 1978 IT Survey: 30% experienced Y2K Problems Roleigh Martin Tue Jan 11, 2000 1979 Y2K Glitches Affect Financial Software Roleigh Martin Tue Jan 11, 2000 1980 Re: Two Norwegian 737s make emergency landingswit Roleigh Martin Wed Jan 12, 2000 1981 Re: Two Norwegian 737s make emergencylandingswith Roleigh Martin Wed Jan 12, 2000 1982 Fwd: POST-Y2K Anger - Psycho/Social and Emotional Roleigh Martin Wed Jan 12, 2000 1983 Fwd: Y2K as historical watershed -- moving onward
-- Hokie (Hokie_@hotmail.com), January 13, 2000.
The media may be saying that Y2K was nothing
to lose sleep over, but nearly 30 percent of
IT professionals surveyed by TechWeb/CMP
Media indicate their organizations suffered
some Y2K related problems since New Year's
Eve. While most glitches were termed
"insignificant," 16% caused brief service
interruptions and 4% caused significant outages.
Fortunately, most problems were resolved
within an hour. But nearly 25% of the sites
that did encounter Y2K problems say they need
more time to fix everything. And it may take
longer for all problems to be discovered. An
unexpectedly high 10% of sites that were bitten
by the Millennium Bug report trouble with their
supply chain or extranet and 49% say it's too
early to know if customers, suppliers, and
partners also ran into Y2K glitches.
-- tech (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 10, 2000
-- spider (email@example.com), January 13, 2000.