Opening the Doors to Healthier and Stress-Free Living

A Column by Alice Abbott-Moore,
Content Access/Information Delivery Teams, Ekstrom Library

Surviving This Holiday Season:
Easing into the Year 2000

The year 2000 is now just a month away! Unless you have been living out in the middle of nowhere, you have heard much about Y2K. The following are tips to help ease into the year 2000 should there be any problems due to Y2K. Basically these tips are common sense and could apply to other situations such as weather-induced power-outages, earthquakes, etc.

Source: The Courier-Journal

The following is a checklist compiled and presented at the Great Lecture's Luncheon Series by Art Cromer and Mark Rubinstein of Information Technology, University of Louisville, on Friday, November 19, 1999:

After the New Year…

Either checklist has helpful tips. Both lists made me start to think how much my life may be effected should Y2K problems occur. Whether or not there are problems, remember that we are not alone, but we are in this together.

Other sources: –general information – compliance for consumers – newspaper. See Business and Y2K – Dell - Microsoft - US Govt (site search under dev.) Kentucky Govt - U of L Y2K