Useful, Web-based, paper-based resources for Y2K

"There are a tremendous amount of resources for Y2K, but there are also a lot of sensationalized Web sites for the terminally paranoid," says Brian Duggan. "Like anything else on the Internet, stick to reputable sites. These will have links to other reputable sites."

Try these Internet sites:

    • http://www.microsoft.com/year2000
    • http://www.rx2000.org
    • http://www.righttime.com
    • http://www.sbhs.com/y2k/index.htm
    • http://www.rigel.co.nz
    • http://www.mitre.org/research/y2k
    • http://www.itaa.org
    • http://www.year2000.com
    • http://www.or-computers.com/support/appnotes/bios/year2000.html

Here is a partial list of recommended resources. Suggested Reading:

    • PC Magazine: Sept 23, 1997; pages 229-231.
    • PC World: Jan 1998; pages 78-80.
    • PC Today: July 1998; pages 76-78.
    • American Medical News: July 6, 1998; pg 25
    • The Year 2000 Health Care Survival Guide by Audie Lewis and Victoria Weingart