Interestingly, I have a client that went the 28-year route.  As one can 
imagine any firm choosing this solution also will have lots of old stuff 
around including old PCs.   Did you know you can't set an old PC back to 
1972; that they go reset to Jan. 1, 1980?  They didn't know that until 
last Monday.


_______________________
Booth Martin
boothm@earth.goddard.edu
http://www.spy.net/~booth
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DAsmussen@aol.com
Sent by: owner-midrange-l@midrange.com
01/10/2000 07:54 PM
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        To:     MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
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        Subject:        Re: y2k reflections

Nina (has never capitalized the first word in a sentence like the rest of 
the 
civilized world) Jones,

In a message dated 1/10/00 7:22:43 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
ddi@datadesigninc.com writes:

<<snip>>
> as a profession, did we make too big a deal over some things?  for
>  example, when david asked about v3r6, the only advice he got was to
>  upgrade to version 4 or date the machine to 1972. 


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