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Re: date formats

On Mon, 11 Dec 2000, Florian Brand wrote:
>On Mon, 11 Dec 2000, Anthony E. Greene wrote:
>> YYYY-MM-DD is just easier to use in electronic documents.
>I agree.
>> We Americans really need to get with the program. 
>How about other standards like metrics? :)

I've been thinking in meters and kilometers my whole adult life. Pounds
(weight) and gallons are a little harder for me, but I've used kilograms
and liters enough that a complete switch would not be at all painful. 

Unfortunately, the same cannot be said of most of my fellow Americans.

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