> Okay, alternate opinion below....
> > I've been finding it difficult to really assess what the Y2K risks really
> > are, so I decided to read GAO-AIMD-98-85, "Year 2000 Computing Crisis:
> > Potential for Widespread Disruption Calls for Strong Federal Leadership",
> > available at:
> > http://www.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=gao&docid=f:ai98085.pdf
> > What I garner from this report is:
> > - The FAA isn't going to make it, and airtravel in the US will be severely
> > affected in early 2000.
> People rather than put up with super-delayed flight times will
> turn to the Internet in droves and find that they really can
> accomplish work when they are not face to face.
Not all routers are Y2K compliant. Embedded code, you know?