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grand central station
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Finding specific information in a timely fashion through the masses of information increasingly available on the Internet has never been quick or easy. But IBM hopes to streamline the search process with Grand Central Station (GCS), which continuously combs the corners of the World Wide Web for delivery of precise information as soon as it becomes available. By constantly gathering and summarizing new information, GCS separates the wheat from the chaff to find and deliver information the user has specifically requested.

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