Daniel Oldenbury remembers the first time he heard about the Millennium bug. It was last March, and he was staring out his office window at two feet of snow, suddenly feeling a little numb. Until then, the marketing manager for Wilift Truck Corporation had absolutely no idea that many of the world's computers could shut down on January 1, 2000. "They're doing a lousy job of getting the word out," he said, after the effects of the bug were explained to him. Then he joked, "Well, I'm retiring ...

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