|"Letizia Alvarez de Toledo has observed that
this vast library is useless: rigorously speaking, a single volume would
be sufficient, a volume of ordinary format, printed in nine or ten
point type, containing an infinite number of infinitely thin leaves."
Jorge Luis Borges, The Library of Babel
|Professor Henry Lieberman's Letizia is a user interface agent that operates in tandem with a conventional Web browser such as Mosaic or Netscape and assists a user browsing the World Wide Web. As the user operates a Web browser, the agent tracks user behavior and attempts to anticipate items of interest by doing concurrent, autonomous exploration of links from the user's current position.|
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