REMEMBER the panic over the millennium bug, when computers everywhere were expected to go haywire on. .In the event, the millennium dawned without incident.
REMEMBER the panic over the millennium bug, when computers everywhere were expected to go haywire on January 1st, 2000, thanks to the way a lot of old software used just two digits to represent the year instead of four? Doomsters predicted all sorts of errors in calculations involving dates when the clocks rolled over from 99 to 00. That may have been because of the draconian preparations undertaken beforehand. Or perhaps, as many suspected, the problem was grossly exaggerated in the first place, as it often happens.
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Millennium is a five-issue comic book series published by IDW Publishing from January and August 2015, based on the television series of the same name. The series was written by Joe Harris with artwork by Colin Lorimer, and featured cover art by menton3. Millennium focuses on Frank Black, a former offender profiler investigating the Millennium Group, a cult-like organisation which had sought to control the end of the world at the turn of the 3rd millennium.
The greatest wonder at the turn of the millennium is the fact that there are still some protectors left, who in their hearts still cherish the values of faith, hope and love. The book is included in Arktos massive Christmas sale. com: Can Life Prevail? (Softcover) £1. 0 (£16.
The United States became an imperialist power with the taking of the Philippines, Puerto Rico, and . A number of world's fairs were staged in the turn of the century period, and some of the American Memory collections offer glimpses of these events.
The United States became an imperialist power with the taking of the Philippines, Puerto Rico, and Guam, and the later annexation of Hawaii. As a new player in Asia, America would now confront the ambitions of the Japanese Empire, a confrontation that would not be played out until World War II. By annexing the Philippines, the United States took up the so-called "White Man's Burden," as urged by poet Rudyard Kipling. Edison's films offer a ringside seat at the Pan-American Exposition of 1901 in Buffalo, New York.
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Jamie Song's Mercedes turned off Fuyou Street into the east gate of Zhongnanhai. The air was cold and dry. Either side of the double gates was a PLA soldier and as Song's car slowed down they drew to attention. The road beyond the gate narrowed appreciably and the Mercedes proceeded at a snail's crawl. And it was at the steps to such a pavilion, built at the turn of the nineteenth century, that his driver deposited him. He got out. The moon was trying to break through clouds that had lent a grim, grey aspect to the whole day. He got out and stretched his legs.
Humphrey Hawksley, Simon Holberton Dragon Strike: The Millennium Wa. The real potential of China has only become apparent during the Clinton presidency.
Humphrey Hawksley, Simon Holberton Dragon Strike: The Millennium War. For Jonie and for Kerryn. Yet at the time of writing, America has failed to draw up a comprehensive policy on how to deal with it. Ten years after the collapse of the Soviet Union, another power bloc is emerging.
The author of this fine book has looked beyond her windows into the small New England town of Georgetown where she grew up. Through her eyes, those of us who do not live in Georgetown get a glimpse of idyllic small town life. Terry describes a scenic town full of nature's attractive seasonal gifts.
This book shows how important insights about genocide, poverty, state violence, world terrorism, the clash of civilizations, and other phenomena haunting the world at the turn of the millennium can be derived from contemporary novels. Keren demonstrates ways in which fictional literature can provide new perspectives on the complexities and contingencies of contemporary politics. His fresh readings of well-known novels will be valuable to political scientists as well as anyone interested in current affairs who reads fiction but is not always aware of its power to provide enlightenment on world.