Y2K+15. New Museum, New York. December 12, 2014.
Margaret Anderson (center) former Senior Vice President of the Center for Y2K and Society, an NGO focused on helping nonprofits and civic organizations prepare for Y2K. David Eddy (left) coined the term "Y2K" in 1995, and was part of the software developer community that raised the alarm in the mid-1990s. Shaunti Feldhahn (right) authored "Y2K: The Millennium Bug – A Balanced Christian Response", which sold over 300,000 copies in late 1998 and early 1999, and formerly an analyst at the New York Federal Reserve.