An earlier Macintosh utility starting with Version 8.5 of the operating system that provided a common facility for searching the local hard disk, the local network and the Internet. Sherlock was replaced with Spotlight in Mac OS X Tiger.
It would be possible, in the secondhand-bookshop area of London, to buy five hundred such works in the space of a quarter of an hour, if you could carry them; the prices such volumes command ($400 for Knox's Essays in Satire, admittedly with the very rare dust cover, in which Knox's Holmes essay was first published in book form) attest either to the number or the affluence, or, of course, to both, of the Sherlockians.
Although, as every schoolboy knows, the canon can be enjoyed on a first reading without the assistance of any scholarly apparatus, Sherlockians nevertheless like to imagine that their researches lead to a deeper, more subtle appreciation of this immense body of work.
Here Klinger scores decisively, for the question of what the H stands for is an important one for all true Sherlockians.