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on September 6, 2000
This book was full of half-truths, outdated information (even when first published) and scare tactics. He obviously tried to use the uncertainty of y2k for his own financial gain. Do yourself a favor and avoid books by the doom & gloom camp. They'll be back with another catastrophe (e.g. asteroid, aliens, disease, etc.) pushing their books again. Don't bite their bait.
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on January 2, 2000
Jan 3, 2000: Well, the author may have made what one reviewer called a "convincing argument," but all that shows is how easily some of us are duped. The author, like much of the press, has tapped into our ignorance and gulliblity, and tried to scare the bejesus out of us. He should be ashamed! The millennium bug was averted not because of scare mongers like this so-called expert, but because the marketplace realized there would be a financial penalty for not fixing things. It's no more complicated than that. So have we learned anything, boys and girls?
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on January 1, 2000
Refile this to fiction as with all the other Y2K fear mongering material... sort of like the book 1984.
1 Star cuz I can't get lower...
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