Let's face it, the rest of the world is trying to kill the AS/400 (or iSeries). 
Unless we (the technically knowing) do something to let the
non-technical decision makers know that the AS/400 is good, and can
run circles around any Windoze platform, then we're in trouble. 
Someone from a university told me about five years ago, that if you "blink
your eyes twice, the 400 would be gone."  I'm still waiting for the 2nd

>>> "Jim Franz" <franz400@triad.rr.com> 01/24/01 04:20am >>>
after the last few days of Microsoft's print/tv ad campaign about
99.999% reliability, I decided to check out the details of the story.
At 7am est this morning http://www.microsoft.com/ site was "not
available". Anybody know-is it the power, a hack, or did they return to
the 94% uptime?
BTW- that 99.999 is based on a lot of premium server hardware, and
seems to be based only on a few selected customers, not the general
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