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Our site is to aid the people on there concerns of the new millenium and what ever may come we also would like to help them out with any current problems that they may have. We did not want to make the site all classy and buissness oriented because that was boring, instead we pumped up the cool graphics and through in some great links that teach kids as well as adults about science, technology and other really cool things.
There is much more that we would like to add, and we will add in the near future to aid the people even more.
So we hope you enjoy.. our Millennium Mandess
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The entry "The Year 2000 Computer Problem: End of the World or Life as Usual?" will provide an comprehensive and informative site on topics relating to the Year 2000 Computer Problem. Included will be both technical and socioeconomic reasons for the widespread mis-programming, resultant problems with computers, costs and benefits of fixing the problem, possible scenarios of societal effects, a comprehensive guide to Y2K on the web (including links news), and a quick tutorial on Y2K for those who don't have lots of time. Also bulletin boards for discussion, games, quizzes, a glossary and a hot-to-prepare page will be incorporated. Additionally, to facilitate better navigation, a search engine and sidebar menus will be integrated. The site will afford a valuable resource to those with and without previous knowledge of the topic. Most importantly the content will be objective and sane, contrasting with some of the widely varying extreme points of view expressed in the media and on the Internet. As a result of our work there will a place where anyone on the WWW can go to for comprehensive, non-biased coverage of the multi-faceted Year 2000 computer problem.
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