clustal IS y2k compliant.

Peter Rice pmr at sanger.ac.uk
Tue Dec 8 08:26:24 EST 1998

see_sig at cmtech.co.delete.uk (Richard P. Grant) writes:
> In article <subbtlf9cph.fsf at unst.sanger.ac.uk>, Peter Rice
> <pmr at sanger.ac.uk> wrote:
> > You can buy "millenium countdown clocks" that
> > tell you how many days to the start of year 2000 but they only come with a
> > "one year guarantee" :-)
> That's good, because the millennium proper doesn't start until 2001.

Yup - so they are already 366 days out. I'm not celebrating the
millenium until then.  Hope nothing much happens in 2000 otherwise
historians will get terribly confused :-)

Meanwhile - I keep hearing about identifying your pets by implanting
"a chip" in the back of the neck. Wonder whether anyone would believe
a story about these chips not being tested for Y2K compliance ...

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