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DPRG: Furby Y2K

Subject: DPRG: Furby Y2K
From: Jim Brown jgbrown at ssd.usa.alcatel.com
Date: Tue Mar 23 10:47:52 CST 1999

> Roboticists,
> I was discussing with a co-worker about how robotics has changed over
> the last 10 years from discrete components toward more integrated 
> microcontrollers and as an example of robots today I mentioned the Furby
> among others. His response was so funny I had to share it. He said 'Does
> this
> mean that in the year 2000, all the Furby's will quit working?' 
> Hey, I don't know. 
> Craig Reynolds

They'll have to be re-FURBISHed!!!  :->

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