1998 James Raymond Davis.

Jim Davis received his doctoral degree from the Media Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a research scientist and hacker at Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center and was the original architect of the Dienst distributed library, which is running at roughly 100 institutions world wide. The comments expressed by Dr. Davis in this article are his own, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Xerox, Inc.

1. See Julie Cohen, Copyright and the Jurisprudence of Self-Help, 13 BERKELEY TECH. L.J. * (1998).

2. See id. at *.

3. See id.

4. Id.

5. U.C.C. 2B-204(3) (Aug. 1, 1998 Draft).

6. See generally Philip J. Hayes & D. Raj Reddy, Steps Toward Graceful Interaction in Spoken and Written Man-Machine Communication, 19 INT. J. MAN-MACHINE STUDIES 231 (1983).

7. For example, the much maligned "syntax error" message.

8. James R. Davis, Giving Directions: A Voice Interface to an Urban Navigation Program, AMERICAN VOICE I/O SOCIETY PROC. (1986).

9. U.C.C. 2B-204 Reporter's Note 1 (Aug. 1, 1998 Draft).