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james lawrence renfro wrote:
Date: Thu, 7 Nov 1996 23:58:09 -0500 (EST)
From: james lawrence renfro <jrenfro@eniac.seas.upenn.edu>
Subject: AgentNews

AgentNews

http://www.cs.umbc.edu/agents/agentnews/

This electronic newsletter is published at irregular intervals by the
Laboratory for Advanced Information Technology at UMBC. It is the mailing
list and news service for AgentWeb, which provides information and resources
about intelligent information agents, intentional agents, software agents,
softbots, knowbots, infobots, etc... The webletter is divided into sections
entitled: "Agent Standards and Ontologies", "Agent Technology and Tools",
"Agents on the Web", "Agent Resources", "Agents in Print", "Agent Events",
and "Agent Miscellany". Articles are brief, one to three paragraphs, but
full-text is provided.

Each issue exists as a web page but you can get it via email in one of three
forms --ascii, html or url. The default is to receive each copy as ascii
text (i.e., not marked up with HTML) with the URLs for the major links
represented textually. The URL to the original source will always be listed
just after the date at the top of each AgentNews issue so if you read your
mail with a web-aware mail reader, you can click on this link to view the
HTML version. If you prefer, you can get each issue as the full HTML source
or as just a URL pointing to the source. Subscription can be preformed at
the website listed above and is free.

Contact: Tim Finin
Email: finin@umbc.edu

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