Fisher's Laws of Transmissable Agents:
1. An agent may not injure the computer system it runs on.
2. An agent must obey its programming except where such orders would
conflict with the First Law.
3. An agent must protect its own existence as long as such protection does
not conflict with the First or Second Law.
(with a tip of the hat to the late, great Isaac Asimov...)
Mark "thinking too hard on a Monday morning"
Mark Fisher Thomson Consumer Electronics
firstname.lastname@example.org Indianapolis, IN
"Just as you should not underestimate the bandwidth of a station wagon
traveling 65 mph filled with 8mm tapes, you should not overestimate
the bandwidth of FTP by mail."