The Pure Evoke Flow that is. James Cridland reckons so anyway...
Changing the subject, there's this 'Vision of Britain' site - historical mapping, census reports and travellers accounts.
(ta Kathryn C)
And other stuff on the Internet, Musicroom's digital download sheet music service is really good - you can find the guitar tabs you've been looking for for ages - and not the legally dubious (but very welcome OLGA 'by ear' variations that lawyers have been playing cat-and-mouse with for years.
I got the tab for 'Stray Cat Strut' which I've been trying to get for years - and the software even plays the tune for you the way that the tabs are laid out - if you're not that proficient with guitar tab. You can change the tempo and everything.
£0.99p a go. Bargoid.
The only downside is that it's got a fussy DRM interface that will probably be cracked in the not-too-distant. DRM and print: Will it ever work? I've always had a suspicion that it might.
Bill has always assured me it won't and he's usually right about this sort of thing. We'll see.