5 edition of Y2K, will we get there on time? found in the catalog.
by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the U.S. G.P.O., Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office in Washington
Written in English
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science. Subcommittee on Technology., United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform and Oversight. Subcommittee on Government Management, Information, and Technology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 653 p. :|
|Number of Pages||653|
Even author Ed Yourdon, who predicted doom and gloom from Y2K glitches in his book "Time Bomb ," admitted that he may have been "going overboard." U.S. spends much of worldwide Y2K . The “Millennium Bug,” or Y2K as it is commonly known, arose when experts in the early days of computing cut the code that designated the year from four digits to two, which changed “
Y2K is an abbreviation for the “millennium bug.” It literally means “Year ” In brief, the Y2K computer problem is simply that, in the ’60s and ’70s, and even into the ’90s, when computer memory was costly, most programmers used only two digits to designate a year when writing software, so they wrote , for example, as simply “”. People line up at a bank in Hong Kong to get cash before the millennium rollover. (Robyn Beck/Getty Images) On December 29th, , there was a large credit card machine outage in the United Kingdom. This was framed as the first sign of y2k-poacalypse. This was it, the beginning of the end as far as some were : Louis Anslow.
In the months leading up to , there were genuine concerns within the IT world about the Y2K bug, and a subsequent concerted effort to avoid widespread problems when ‘99 . We're talking about the Y2K problem, looking back into the year , when, at this time, we thought that New Year's Eve, a week later, there might be a Y2K problem around the world. And we.
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One of the first Y2K fiction books to hit the shelves, this John Grisham-like novel follows Y2K entrepreneur Mark Solvang through his efforts to save his business, America, and the rest of the world from the death grip of Y2K. This story really makes the threat of Y2K come alive, so give it to a skeptic/5(11).
Y2K, will we get there on time?: joint hearing before the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure and the Subcommittee on Technology of the Committee on Science and the Subcommittee on Government Management, Information, and Technology of the Committee on Government Reform and Oversight, and hearings before the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, House of.
It is a wake up call, an inspiration, an encouragement to get more people to think about what could happen and do something that will help to create a positive future. So, if you don't know what to think about Y2K- this is the book to read.
If you do understand it, this is the book to share with others who don't get 5/5(5). Arthur Lee Kopit (bornNew York City) is an American playwright.
He is a two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist (Indians and Wings) and a three-time Tony Award nominee: Best Play, Indians, ; Best Play, Wings, ; and Best Book of a Musical, for Nine, /5. This book is an invaluable resource to prepare for any kind of disaster, be it Y2K or mother nature.
It contains recipes and methods for cooking without a kitchen stove, information on buying and storing food, general supplies to have on hand, how to safely store water, how to dispose wastes when power is out, how to heat and light your home without electricity, what tools and equipment to /5(6).
At times copied from older texts and articles. There is a similar book, written by Howard Ruff. Called "How to prosper during the coming bad yrs" printed in A better written text. Now for this book, was written for the Y2K crowd, with little thought on post-disaster realities/5(13).
Y2K and the Apocalypse. The yearthe start of a new millennium, is fast approaching. For certain religious groups that believe in an apocalyptic vision of the "End Times," this dramatic turn of the century signals tremendous upheaval in the world, a period when chaos will prevail.
Top 10 End-of-the-World Prophecies. Harold Camping is certainly not the first to forecast the end of days. TIME takes a look at other movements. Over the centuries, world leaders, historians, philosophers, and holy men have speculated about what it would mean for those living through this time.
But who could have predicted the unprecedented possibility of global economic meltdown because of a computer glitch. This explosive book will stun you with unheard facts about Y2K.1/5(1).
Top 10 Failed Predictions. Harold Camping predicts the world will end today — he's said that before. Here's hoping the world does not actually end today, because TIME rounded up 10 spectacularly wrong predictions in his honorMissing: book.
The origins of the Y2K problem seem almost quaint at a time when people regularly carry hundreds of gigabytes of computing power in their pockets. But Author: Zachary Loeb. Y2K bug, a problem in the coding of computerized systems that was projected to create havoc in computers and computer networks around the world at the beginning of the year After over a year of international alarm, few major failures occurred in the transition from Decemto January 1, Missing: book.
Background. Y2K is a numeronym and was the common abbreviation for the year software problem. The abbreviation combines the letter Y for "year", the number 2 and a capitalized version of k for the SI unit prefix kilo meaning ; hence, 2K signifies It was also named the "Millennium Bug" because it was associated with the popular (rather than literal) roll-over of the millennium.
The Y2K bug was a computer flaw, or bug, that may have caused problems when dealing with dates beyond Decem The flaw, faced by computer programmers and users all over the world on January 1,is also known as the "millennium bug." (The letter K, which stands for kilo (a unit of ), is commonly used to represent the number 1,Missing: book.
The year (Y2K) problem scared the world. Although some were ready to "party like it's ," others predicted catastrophe at the end of the year because of a programming assumption from the early days of computers.Y2K entered the cultural conversation over concerns that technology and automated systems would fail when their clocks had to convert the date from Dec.
31, to Jan. 1, Author: Jennifer Rosenberg. James Dobson, the founder of Focus on the Family, warned, “There will be some tough times before we’re through with it.” Books with titles like Y2K=.
and Spiritual Survival During the Y2K Author: Frederick E. Allen. Why It's On the List: The Y2K turnover generated a slew of books, but this one was responsible for much of the Y2K overspending inside thousands of business.
While Y2K. Did the Y2K Bug Actually Cause Any Problems. The Y2K bug did actually cause many problems in the United States and around the world.
These problems weren't as widespread as many people expected them to be, but there were enough of them to make us realize that the Y2K bug was a real g: book.
Most of the people who wrote Y2K books were not full-time technologists, let alone experts on the arcana of swatting bugs in old-school mainframe-computer languages such as COBOL. Y2K means "Year ," and has come to symbolize the worldwide computer-related chaos and disaster we are being assured will inevitably occur one nanosecond into the new millennium.
This event bears no relationship to Bible prophecy (in spite of some attempts to make it fit) and was not a subject TBC has cared to address. The Year problem (also called Y or Y2k38 or Unix Y2K) relates to representing time in many digital systems as the number of seconds passed since UTC on 1 January and storing it as a signed bit implementations cannot encode times after UTC on 19 January Similar to the Y2K problem, the Year problem is caused by insufficient capacity used Missing: book.He was co-author, along with his daughter, of the book, "Time Bomb " which was the best layman's introduction to the Y2K crisis at the time.
Of this book he stated in a Febru internet announcemnt, "Yes, I've written a Y2K book which will sell more copies if Y2K is a problem-- but I've also written 24 other software-engineering.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.