A software application that thinks like you do for better or worse has been released by Natrificial Software (Santa Monica, CA). The Brain is a user interface and associative system that allows users to work with multiple file formats in a single, visual structure that provides immediate access to content regardless of its source. The application personalizes data from a variety of sources and file structures to streamline the user's access to information. Data found in different files can be linked anywhere, and accessing one piece of information triggers related items of information. The Brain uses a drag-and-drop format, and works with almost all Windows applications, including Word, Excel, Explorer, Netscape (Mountain View, CA) Navigator and others. "Businesses and consumers have been anticipating a more intuitive and easy to use alternative to existing user interfaces for years," said Rob Enderle, area director for the Giga Information Group (Norwell, MA). "With its ability to model the human mind to create a more intuitive user interface and organizational method, The Brain has the potential to drive significant, possibly revolutionary, improvements into personal computing." The Brain requires 2MB of hard disk space on a Pentium class PC running Windows '95, '98 or NT Version 4.0. It is currently priced at $49.95 per seat, and is available for download from Natrificial's website.