The Millennium Bug: How to Survive the Coming Chaos

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Regnery, 1998 - Computers - 286 pages
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At the stroke of midnight on January 1, 2000, the world could erupt into complete chose. Imagine: social security checks stop coming, planes all over the world are grounded, VISA balances skyrocket, and the military, police officers, and firefighters walk off the job. Any one of these problems could generate enormous social consequences. Combined, they will cause complete chaos. Experts know how to solve the Year 2000 crisis, but can it be implemented in time? Now, for the first time in non-computer nerd language, author Michael S. Hyatt tells the rest of us, in a straightforward manner, the magnitude and scope of the Year 2000 crisis and its impact on federal, state and local governments; the banking and finance industries; public utilities; and the personal computer.

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Ponderous statistics on how bad the Y2K could be, some apocalyptic possibilities. Read full review

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User Review  - Trudy Pomerantz - Goodreads

It seems that the author was trying to generate fear - yes, computer chips are everywhere but are they date dependent. I wrote the above when I read this book back in 1999. I was right - while the ... Read full review


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Michael Hyatt was CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishers for six years and now serves as its chairman. He is a professional blogger, author, and speaker whose blog is consistently ranked in the top three for Productivity, Leadership, Publishing, and Social Media Marketing. Hyatt and his wife, Gail, live outside of Nashville, Tennessee.

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