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   Y2K, the Day the World Shut Down: The Day the World Shut Down, by Michael S. Hyatt  
  Novel, first publication in November 1998
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      The author of the "New York Times" bestseller The Millennium Bug, has written a novel about what happens in the year 2000 when the world's computers shut down. The Chief Information Officer at a Fortune 1000 company is fired for his attempts to alert his CEO to the Y2K problem. His research of the Millennium bug, however, enables him to start his own Y2K consulting firm. With plenty of business and money, he moves his family to a remote country farmhouse. And that's where his real troubles begin. Thinking his foresight has saved him and his family, he comes to find he hasn't prepared for the one thing he could have never anticipated.

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