Happy New Year!

Thursday December 30th, 1999

Well, for some it's a still little early, but I know some of our readers are just a few hours away from the date change. So, from all here at MozillaZine, have a happy holiday, and we look forward to seeing you all in the new year!

People should be filing back into their offices on Monday, and our Mozilla news will start up again on Jan. 3.

#11 Re: Hmmm.

by rkl

Friday December 31st, 1999 8:09 AM

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As far as 20th Century Fox goes, maybe they'll use "30th Century Fox" (see closing credits of "Futurama") :-)

Prince is singing the 1999 song *one more time* at a Millennium concert and then he's never going to sing it again. It was re-released a few weeks as a UK CD single, BTW.

I think most, if not all, banks will be Y2K compliant, so there's no need to withdraw a load of cash for hoarding purposes either (someone did this a month or so ago in some Far East country and got robbed of a huge amount of money !).

It's nice to see the UK wasting the most money (so it seems) on Millennium celebrations - you've got the London Eye (a ghastly huge ferris wheel over- looking the Thams) and the even worse Millennium Dome (yep, over ONE BILLION DOLLARS was spent on this joke that most people in the UK would rather went on health and education than a big plastic shell that will be demolished in a few years time).