Time Bomb 2000: What the Year 2000 Computer Crisis Means to You!
Prentice Hall PTR, 1998 - Software maintenance - 416 pages
Saturday, January 1, 2000:
Suddenly, nothing works.
Not your phones, not the cash machine, not even your new VCR. All because of a short cut computer programmers took decades ago.
Realistic, practical, & terrifying...
it's the first book for everyone who wants to survive the Year 2000 computer crisis.
The first book about the Year 2000 crisis designed for everyone.
This is the first practical guide to the Y2K crisis for everyone! This expert guide discusses what problems are likely to occur, how they will impact individuals and society, and what you can do to prepare as an individual. This book is aimed at everyone whose life is affected by computers - whether or not they ever touch a keyboard. It poses the question: "What if the computer industry fails to fix the Year 2000 problem?" Then, it systematically reviews the consequences for employment, the economy, health, transportation and many other issues -- assessing the relative probabilities of failure. Best of all, the book presents practical contingency plans and fallback positions for individuals in the event the worst happens. Anyone with an interest in the Y2K problem.
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