While we are waiting for Big Dog's May Y2K analysis

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Summary of mainstream media coverage


Confessions Of A (Former) Y2K Paranoid


Federal Reserve Y2K Site, no "breaking" news but a good general resource


Geri Guidetti's "Ark Institute"


Ed Yourdon's hindsight essay


Bruce Beach's web page


Gary North's web page


ComputerWorld search engine... try articles after 1/1/2000


A good essay from ComputerWorld by John Gant


The famous Weather Reports by Cory Hamasaki


I just thought this might be helpful as we enter the "analysis" phase of Y2K.

-- Ken Decker (kcdecker@worldnet.att.net), April 14, 2000


Final Report of the President's Council on Y2K Conversion

-- (*@*.*), April 14, 2000.

Ken when you are in the shower beating off

Do you stand on your tip toes????

-- what a bore (get@life.please), April 14, 2000.

what - rotflmao... you crack me up! So true!

-- (Bwahahahaha@lmao.now), April 14, 2000.

Ken Decker knows everything there is to know about everything, including SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS!


-- laughing (at@anything.youwrite.Decker), April 14, 2000.

Yup..... Kenny is the master of mental masturbation, followed closely by Flint, Fannybubbles, and CPR...

-- one (wondershow@closethey.are), April 15, 2000.

Ken, I can't believe you used the words "Big Dog" and "analysis" in the same sentence without giggling...

-- Y2K Pro (y2kpro1@hotmail.com), April 15, 2000.

An excerpt from Peter de Jager's "The Question of Italy: An Analysis"


Like yourself and everybody else I am trying to understand what happened. While it is still too early to be doing this analysis, month end processing must still take place, I find myself compelled to provide some answers to the legitimate question -- why were places like Italy not impacted by Y2K.

The question goes deeper than just why Italy and others escaped the problem -- the other part of the question is why I and everyone else who worked on the problem are so adamant that the problem was real and that we took the correct and proper action.

You could place a gun to my head and threaten to pull the trigger unless I told you the 'truth' that the problem was NOT real -- and I would steadfastly refuse. I KNOW, with every fibre of my being that we were right. Nothing can shake me from that belief.

And therein lies the glaring contradiction I struggle with. My view of the problem is contradicted by a fact I cannot refute, and make no attempt to, Italy has seen no significant effects.

-- (#@#.#), April 15, 2000.

Having taken an interest in Mr. Lipton as a ....study subject, I feel I can accuratly predict that he will disavow his doom position, claiming he NEVER believed that a ten was probable or even possible.

Aside from claiming that the US would be in chaos by july 2000, here is a quote that proves Russ didn't take ANY stock in BITR thinking AT ALL:

BTW, we are long past "interpretation" necessity with pre-Y2K, anyway. "Right action" is full-scale prep, finishing by August 1 at latest. See "dancr" post on Faryna's "Milne goes 10" thread for superb example of right action based on transparency.

.... in a best case (BITR, ha!), she has some nice antiques, maps and some fabric ....

-- BigDog (BigDog@duffer.com), June 11, 1999.

I just want people to be aware of the way this thinks, and the way he usually operates. However, after 18 months of "spin" and shilling for Yourdon and Co., I would think it would be apparent to all.

-- (PsychMajor@psychout.comm), April 17, 2000.

"Experts Puzzled by Scarcity of Y2K Failures"

http://partners.nytimes.com/library/tech/00/01/biztech/articles/09year .html?AltaVistaRefId=LmY_WEFnnnnuntly_W

-- (more@Y2K.analysis), April 17, 2000.

Euuuwwwwwwww, Decker you're ugly.

Kenny the Roach's Ugly Mug here.

-- (No @ doubt about .it), April 17, 2000.

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