Vincent Wright wrote:
> Dr Eberhard W Lisse wrote:
> > The Y2K is no problem for PCs, you are right of course, it may be a problem for
> > the user, it is
> > mainly a main frame problem.
> Dr. Lisse,
> On what research are you basing your opinion, that the Y2K is no problem for PCs?
> We need to be very careful that we are not lulling people into a false sense of
> security about Y2K. This is not a trivial issue and it is very disturbing that
> this statement is being made on a list for African Information Technologists.
> I believe it would be more accurate if you would share with people that the Y2K
> problem is a problem for any time/calendar oriented controller, processor,
> microprocessor, or microcontroller.
> I have a rhetorical question for you - if Y2K is mainly a mainframe problem, are
> you willing to take an a 2 hour Boeing 747 flight at 11:00pm on December 31, 1999?
> Are you willing to ride an automated elevator at this time?
> Thank you,
> Vincent Wright
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