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Scott McNealy uses Tardis to re-assure customers about Y2K bug

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Forget Nostradamus, and put Old Mother Shipton out of your mind completely. Because Sun Microsystems has already entered the year 2000 and reports that there's no problems with their machines at all. According to the information, which is posted at this Sun page here, and dated December 27th 1999, there have been no issues with any Sun equipment as the world rolled over into next year. The Register understands that Scott McNealy has a working model of Dr Who's Tardis and popped into the future so he could re-assure his customers that there's no need to worry at all. And because Scott's been into the 21st century and come back, that means the rest of us don't have to worry about any accidental conflagration. And it also means that Mother Shipton, who predicted the telegraph and railways, and that the world will end in 1999, was also wrong... ®

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