I personally vote for #13 you may not have a Y2k problem, doing your
homework first will establish this. And as far as where it came from ? Well
you can't blame just the programmers, they were trying to save money
weren't they ?
hands up all the under funded IT departments.
have a look at this for some thing 'interesting'.
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Date: Thu, 26 Mar 1998 17:20:11 -0800
From: Atsuko Okuda <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: INFO21/ Y2K Problem and Developing Countries Website
My name is Atsuko Okuda, webmaster of
INFO21 site at UNDP. I am happy to
invite all of you to The Year 2000
Problem and Developing Countries Website.
The URL is:
We have special sections focusing on
Some Selected Scenarios
The Financial Dimensions
Responses by Developing Countries
A Systematic Approach and
Selected Solution Providers.
We hope that this site will be a
starting point to cope with this problem
in developing countries. Your comments
and suggestions are welcome.
IT for Development Programme
Bureau for Development Policy (BDP)
Clinton Jones AMIAP
PO Box 12292, Centrahil, 6006
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Technologies for the New Millenium"