> I have just used the International Interlibrary Loan database to verify that
> a novel by the title of TIMELINER does exist.
Amazon is filled with garbage on 'Timeliner'. No help there.
> It was originally published in 1955 by "Charles Eric Maine" [which
> is the pseudonym used by David McIlwain]. The notes to the official
> bibliographic record of the Library Congress state that this work is
> "based on the [author's] radio play The Einstein Highway".
> If you go to AltaVista and do the following search:
> +maine and +timeliner
that mixes 'simple' and boolean concepts. In the simple interface,
suffices, and the 'and' is ignored. In the 'advanced' boolean interface,
maine and timeliner (maine AND timeliner , if you're using Excite!)
maine & timeliner
suffices, and the pluses, as punctuation, are redundant and not
considered. (I recall that Altavista's boolean interface used to
reject queries with pluses - to scare off simple users, I think..)
A 1955 sf novel with hypodermic syringes? Very avant-garde.
thinks the 'simple' interface is the better expression of Venn.