|About the Book|
The thousands of experts and millions of dollars dedicated to diffusing the effects of the year 2000 computer bug has yielded a consensus: The bug will not be eradicated in time. While the repercussions cannot be fully anticipated, we can control how prepared we are. For years, Darlene Jan and Frank Wong have been mobilizing communities to anticipate, prepare for, and respond to the effects of unforeseeable disasters. They have brought their expertise to the Sedona Y2K Task Force, and now they bring it to you in an organized, simple-to-use handbook whose basic premise is that preparedness prevents panic.