Pa. libraries offer Y2K info for free

All of Pennsylvania's public libraries now have Year 2000 informational materials available for free. The state produced printed and video materials as part of Gov. Tom Ridge's "Pa2K" public outreach project, which sought to raise public awareness about the Year 2000 computer problem and provide basic planning tools for public use.

A variety of printed materials and two Y2K videos are available at the libraries, and the information also is accessible on the World Wide Web at www.Pa2K.org.

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