US Federal Y2K web site is now online

Eric Germann ekgermann at
Tue Dec 28 03:25:55 UTC 1999

Maybe they could use the infrastructure since NASA
doesn't have a use for it now ...

At 05:38 PM 12/27/99 -0800, Sean Donelan wrote:
>The US Federal Y2K web site is up and online.  Of course, the
>government and the contractors believe they have prepared as well as they
>can.  But as we've seen with event sites throughout the years, traffic
>always seems to exceed everyone's expectations.
>I read an interview with one of the spokespeople who indicated the
>is most of the load will come from the media, and the media web sites will
>distribute the load.  In other words, if you can't get to or
>;,,, etc will have the same

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