To lie or keep in hiding, as for some evil reason. To move or go in a mean, stealthy manner.
Thursday December 2, 1999
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just read that article and pretend WebSkulker wrote it. Then
WebSkulker planned to write a technical article about how you jr.
skulkers should approach the task of making sure your personal
computer, operating system, and application programs are Y2K
compliant. There have been, of course, lots of articles about
this topic also. We found one that is, again, very much like the
one we were planning to write, with similar links to Microsoft and
other sites that will help you analyze and fix any problems:
just read that one also and pretend we wrote it. There is one
important site that this article didn't mention: Microsoft's own Y2K
of the computer industry's fears is that people will write and
distribute viruses set to go off at the end of the year; yet another
example of a self-fulfilling prophesy. For this reason (and
general marketing reasons) several vendors of anti-virus software are
offering 90 day free trials to encourage everyone to make sure there
are no Y2K viruses on their machines. Microsoft discusses this
WebSkulker highly recommends this video for computer novices. It shows step by step what to do, and explains the technical concepts very well.
Jr. Skulker JennyAnn submitted this site which points out that the Y2K problem is nothing compared to the upcoming Y5B problem!
Three jr. skulkers, Tom McWilliams, JennyAnn, and Marvelena Quesada submitted a poem floating around the Internet called "Twas the Night Before Y2K." The above link is our favorite because it not only has the poem, but music and animated GIF's.
Jr. Skulker Goat Boy submitted this site which shows a picture of what your office will look like in 2000 if the direst predictions come true.
Memo to boss re: Changing calendars from Y2K
I hope I haven't misunderstood your instructions because, to be honest, none of this Y to K problem makes much sense to me. Anyway, I have made all of the necessary conversions on the company calendars for next year. They just returned from the printer and are ready to be distributed with the following new months:
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