Naval Report "freely available" on the net? : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread

LOL - More on those Naval documents Jim Lord released. Love the URL this guy posted.

"Freely available" could mean that the document was on some government site, but no link was ever put up to it. Titles and meta-tags in the header could have been easily written to "duck" the search engines. Instead, the direct address may have been given out to a select few for "private" viewing. This would "technically" make it correct when they say it was "freely available". Freely available to anyone who can randomly guess an address such as: Sure. I mean, it would only be a matter of time before *someome* stumbled onto it, right? Steve Baxter ------------------------------------------------------------ Canadian Y2K ... 'We're not *all* polite'.[ST_rn=if]/threadmsg_if.xp?thitnum=55&AN=515504189.1&mhitnum=0&CONTEXT=935475891.596901925

-- Cheryl (, August 24, 1999


URL got lost in garbled formatting: n_trouble_/utilities/doc78578745

-- Cheryl (, August 24, 1999.

medication not working right again, Cheryl?

-- Chicken Little (, August 24, 1999.

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