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Information, he knew, was the most valuable commodity that existed in the new century. Perhaps it would serve them equally well in 1977. He quickly located the laptop bag and set it on the floor beneath the window sill. Moving to the laptop, he loaded Website Extractor, a research tool capable of autonomously downloading huge amount of data from the Web, and programmed it to find everything it could relating to Carthage circa ‘75 to ‘81.

— Threads, Chapter 12