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Mon Oct 4 18:16:55 CDT 1999
Which brings another argument for RFC 822. ;)
Scott, ducking the crossfire.
* Steven Wagner translated into ASCII [Mon, Oct 04, 1999 at 04:11:41PM -0700][<37F9342D.F6D2BEEB at impulse.net>]
> I can't stand it any longer. The first time I thought it was funny, but if I
> read Y10K one more time!!! I could understand being thoughtful and thinking
> about Y3K ... but I don't reasonably think that computers will even exist in
> 8000 years .. or humans - at least as we know ourselves. Im not trying to bash
> anyone, but I just wanted to bring up the obvious.
> If we are going to worry about Y10K, why not worry about Y100K ?
> Benjamin Holzman wrote:
> > ISO 8601 RFC 822
> > Advantages: Concise Somewhat Concise
> > Always GMT Human-readable
> > Sorts lexicographically
> > Disadvantages: A tad cryptic Not always GMT; can be confusing
> > to clients
> > Not Y10K compliant Not Y10K compliant
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