We're All Still Here.
No terrorist attacks or errant missile launches marked the start of Y2K. Indeed, midnight on December 31, 1999, came and went with only minor glitches. Have any to report? Our readers respond.
Now that Y2K has taken its more comforting place in hindsight, we would like to know what you think. Was it all hype? Was a real problem averted? What impact did it have on your life? Why did we respond as we did? Send us your thoughts and we'll post selected responses from readers to this Web site in the coming weeks.
Y2K: So Many Bugs... So Little Time, by Peter de Jager. Scientific American, January 1999.
Image: End of Days (photograph); Tai Yi Industrial Co., Ltd.(mirror)