If you catch the computer bug
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1998 John Prescott re-launched the campaign to beat the millennium computer bug
Tesco said the spread of the computer bug
appeared to be "quite random" but it did not affect self-service checkouts.
In a humorous fashion, he describes many examples, such as the real origins of the term computer bug
, why the use of "ain't" is not bad English, double negatives, and the use of figurative vs.
North is best known to Internet users for his prolific auguring that a Y2K computer bug
would cause the calamitous end of civilization.
December 29 Former Beatle George Harrison is stabbed by Michael Anram, who apparently believed Harrison was the devil December 31 The Queen opens the Millennium Dome at Greenwich, London December 31 The Y2K computer bug
fails to cause the predicted mayhem at midnight
And now the campaign, which is named after his computer bug
, has launched a range of merchandise declaring Free Gobo - including boxer shorts, hooded tops, t-shirts, caps, mugs and mouse mats.
Airline officials said the decline was partly due to passenger concerns about the Y2K computer bug
A year ago, lest we forget, we were enthralled and terrified of this computer bug
that none of us understood, and yet so convinced were we that the world as we knew it was in grave peril, that the Canadian Mint printed extra money and bottled water sold out to people afraid that computer malfunctions would make the taps run dry.
The idea of a computer bug
seemed an appropriate jumping-off point for their visual statements about the panic of a major computer disaster, such as the "Y2K" or the "Love Bug" scare.