The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.0106 Wednesday, 19 January 2000.
From: Hardy M. Cook <
Date: Wednesday, January 19, 2000
Subject: Y2K or "It's a mystery."
>'Shaksper Falls Victim to Millennium Bug' might look good as a headline
>on page 3 of the Stratford-upon-Avon Enquirer. Unless, of course, Bowie
>State University has been caught up in a time-warp? In that case, pray
>tell us, what does 1980 look like the second time round?
>Sogang University, Seoul, Korea
As many noted, the SHAKSPER digests for Monday arrived from 1980 not
from Y2K. The fault was not Bowie State's. I send those digest, as I am
sending these, from my home computer, which for some inexplicable reason
reset itself to 1980. 1980 was not a particularly thrilling year nor was
the decade much to be remembered. High points for me were the birth of
my first daughter in 1981 and being awarded my Ph.D. in 1988 (some
twenty years after completing my Bachelor's).
Well, as Philip Henslowe (make that Geoffrey Rush) was fond of saying,
"It's a mystsery."