Procrastinator's Guide To Y2K Preparedness

My Favorite Y2K Sites

  • Ziff-Davis's Y2K portal (www.zdnet.com/y2k) provides frequently updated articles from many authoritative sources, Y2K predictions, discussion groups, product reviews and sales.
  • The SBA's Y2K portal (www.sba.gov/y2k) is a good source for information on government-sponsored Y2K training events, government-guaranteed Y2K loans and to-do lists recommended by the SBA and other entities.
  • The Year 2000 Information Center (www.year2000.com) had 267,643 hits in October 1999 alone, as visitors pored over its large collection of Y2K articles. It also offers discussion groups, a free e-mail newsletter and a special section on how to avoid legal liability and maximize recovery.
  • Gary North's site (www.garynorth.com) consists of links and articles that largely support his belief that the Y2K problem is more serious than people think. When I need a dose of extra motivation to get me to prepare for Y2K, or feel like reading some pessimism from a history Ph.D., I spend a few minutes on this frequently updated site.

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