Y2K: Apocalypse Or Opportunity?
Harold Shaw, 1999 - Computers - 160 pages
The threat of the possible December 31,1999 computer crash is the issue on the minds of billions of people around the world as the new millennium approaches. What will happen? Who will be affected? How should we prepare? The Washington Times computer columnist Mark A. Kellner addresses these and other questions in this complete guide to the Y2K situation. Providing the most accurate information available, Kellner gives readers practical solutions, suggestions, and resources on how they can be ready to meet a complete range of Y2K possibilities-from mild inconvenience to complete computer meltdown-with confidence and wisdom. Additionally, Kellner presents his Christian readers with a challenge to approach this time as an opportunity to help and encourage those in their communities.
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