November 1999

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HPIn SHE: Lessons too late for the learning?

As we sang at Woodstock, "It's a lesson too late for the learning, made of sand, made of sand..." (If you don't know this song or have never heard of Woodstock, ask your parents or the old, white-hair..

Whetton, Chris, ility Engineering

As we sang at Woodstock, "It's a lesson too late for the learning, made of sand, made of sand..." (If you don't know this song or have never heard of Woodstock, ask your parents or the old, white-haired lady in the tie-dyed skirt who works in cost accounting.) The metaphor "made of sand" is appropriate because I am returning again to the Year 2000 problem which, without sand – in the form of silicon – would not exist and which without sand for some people to bury their heads in, would be less threatening. By the time you read this, it will be too late to do much about the problem. However, you can find an update to the situation at http://www.saunalahti.fi/ility. Hopefully, it will

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