For example, two scholars at Georgetown University, Deborah Everhart and Martin Irvine, have undertaken to create "The Labyrinth", a home page for resources of interest to medievalists of every stripe. In doing so, they are potentially librarians of the future. They bring together the information necessary to point to a wide variety of resources world-wide; as medievalist, I need know only to point to their page to find well-indexed resources of interest to me. (Whether this kind of resource "scales up" and at what point management of such a library requires real librarians are real questions that can only be answered when such projects acquire the weight and size to challenge our capacities.)