Doomsday 2000 Journal Article

Title

Doomsday 2000 Journal Article

Subject

Y2K

Description

'Doomsday 2000' is a journal article written by Peter de Jager which featured in the September 1993 issue of Computerworld Magazine. This article, although not the first that discussed the pending Year 2000 date issue, is widely recognised as the moment that the IT Industry recognised the size of the problem, and its need to react swiftly and decisively to ensure that critical systems worldwide did not fail at the start of the new millennium.

Creator

de Jager, Peter

Source

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Publisher

Computerworld Magazine

Date

Y2K

Rights

Licensed under a CC BY NC 2.0 license.

Format

PNG

Language

en

Identifier

De Jager, P 1993, ‘Doomsday 2000', Computerworld, vol. 27, no. 36, pp. 105-109, viewed 1 May 2021, <https://archive.org/details/sim_computerworld_1993-09-06_27_36/page/n115/mode/2up?q=Doomsday>.

Coverage

United States

Date Created

1993-09-06

Original Format

Journal Article: printed ink on paper

Files

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Collection

Reference

Doomsday 2000 Journal Article, de Jager, Peter, Computerworld Magazine, Y2K

Cite As

de Jager, Peter, “Doomsday 2000 Journal Article,” Y2K, accessed August 10, 2022, https://hums3052sharonrowland.omeka.net/items/show/16.

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