: Using the Knowbot
Information Service enables an Internet user to find another's address.
Recommendation: Use Internet tools such as Finger, Knowbot
, Netfind, and Whois to locate individuals; record names found in mailing lists and newsgroups; and maintain your own list of addresses.
I'm sure the user's knowbot
model 2050 will pull in relevant information fitting a predetermined user profile from sources of every variety in matrices not now imaginable.
Another source is the Knowbot
Information Service which you can find at: telnet info.
Methods of finding addresses range from a rather purpose-defeating telephone call to using network directory services such as WHOIS, Knowbot
, or NETFIND.
acts as a type of personal secretary that lives inside the computer and is programmed to perform functions specifically for the user.
might filter an incoming stream of video, audio, and text information (such as that received by members of an Internet mailing list), or it might search online databases.
CAD) Digital video Discipline-level library Distributed processing Document analysis Document model Economic study Education-support Electronic publishing Ethnographic study Filtering Geographic information system Hypermedia Hypertext Image processing Indexing Information retrieval Intellectual property rights Interactive Knowledge base Knowbot
Library science Mediator Multilingual Multimedia stream playback Multimedia systems Multimodal National library Navigation Object-oriented OCR OCR OODB support Personalization Preservation Privacy Publisher library Repository Scalability Searching Security Sociological study Storage Standard Subscription Sustainability Training support Usability Virtual (integration) Visualization World-Wide Web
will present options with prompts such as, "Would you like abstracts or full records?
The NetServer includes the hard drive space for ftp (File Transfer Protocol) services from the Internet, electronic mail such as Unix Mail (PINE, ELM), Network News services, and Knowbot
Information Service (KIS).
Some years ago, Apple Computers produced a video showing the Knowledge Navigator, sort of an information valet or what some are now calling a knowbot
(knowledge + robot)--that is, an automated valet or maid that knows not only its client's informational needs but also the client's Personal qualities to shape the package of information.
If you thought that sounded threatening enough, "the NRI plans to use Knowbot
demons as a linchpin of its ambitious Digital Library System" (p.