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Y2k: The Millennium Bug

by Don L. Tiggre

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HOW WOULD YOU SURVIVE? In his fast-paced thriller about a world gone mad, Y2K: The Millennium Bug, Don L. Tiggre tells how a group of ordinary people survive when the machinery of modern life stops working.

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Y2K: The Millennium Bug is about fallible, human peoplenot about superheroes. Some are valiant and some are vile, but they all have to deal with their own problems in order to survive the chaos caused by the infamous year 2000 computer problem known as: The Millennium Bug!

Y2K: The Millennium Bug tracks the onset of the year 2000 and the results of the computer shut-downs, as seen by a number of characters with differing perspectives, education levels, and preparedness for disasters. Some people in America are more well prepared than others, and some take advantage of the collapse of law and order in order to pursue their own wicked impulses. Countries overseas have had their own Y2K problems, including Russia, where a series of cascading failures cause an accidental launch of a small number of nuclear missiles.

And then the situation starts getting really difficult!

This is not an end of the world story, but a chronicle of events surrounding a small set of people who end up brought together by the unraveling of societytriggered by wide-spread failures of critical computer systems at the beginning of the year 2000 (Y2K). Since there really is a Y2K problem with many computers, and the actual Y2K deadline is fast approaching, many references to real news stories, articles, books, and actual Y2K-related events have been incorporated into the story. Y2K depicts neither the best nor the worst case scenarioreaders are encouraged to educate themselves about the actual likelihood of problems in their lives if computers they depend on cannot handle dates in the year 2000.

This exciting and fast-paced book leaves the technical aspects of the Y2K computer problem to the computer experts who have already written on the subject. Y2K: The Millennium Bug focuses on what could happen to people like you or me, if we do not beat the Y2K deadline. Read it. Find out more about a problem that is very real in the world we live in, and decide how you are going to deal with the Millennium Bug!

About the Author
Don L. Tiggre is a freelance writer who specializes in political analysis. He is the proud father of three sons, partner to the infamous Internet activist Sunni Maravillosa, and founder of the Liberty Round Table (www.lrt.org).



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