December 1999

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HPInternet: Y2K: ready or not, here it comes

As I write this column in mid-November, I hope that you will never need the links I've posted here. The opinions over Y2K readiness vary from "non-event" to three-year disaster. Many articles and Web ..

Crowley, B., Competitive Analysis Technologies

As I write this column in mid-November, I hope that you will never need the links I've posted here. The opinions over Y2K readiness vary from "non-event" to three-year disaster. Many articles and Web sites focus on the downstream oil industry. Questions run the gamut from: Will refineries still operate? Will we have enough gasoline? Will the pipelines deliver needed product to urban areas? Will the trucking industry even function? Here's a sampling of data from various U.S.-based organizations: The President's Council on Year 2000 Conversion press release (Nov. 10, 1999), at http://www.y2k.gov/new/prel1110.html, tells us that "over 90% of companies, representing 96% of all

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