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Guest post: Open letter to Bill Gates

Dear Bill,

It’s now been 8 years since you sent me the e-mail in which you promised to pay 10 cents for every e-mail I would forward. 451 more words

This Is How I See It


You have to laugh at some of what the spammers come up with; it’s amusing:

I must express some appreciation to this writer for rescuing me from this setting.

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On The Lighter Side


Yesterday TGWS received its first ever spam comment! (Cathy’s comments are usually sent to the spam folder, but this one was official spam!) The lucky winner was commenter “Otilketaseb,” who wanted to lure me in with its siren song of Celebrex. 67 more words

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1. With scrambled eggs.

2. On a sandwich with tomatoes added.

3. Stop filling up my e-mail.

To confess-

You’re making a mess.


Spamming It Up

Spam. It’s incredibly annoying. Everyone gets it. It comes in the forms of emails, comments, followers, and meat byproducts. The point? At the end of the day, all that spammers want are hits and/or to find that one sucker to fall for their con. 254 more words


The perfect but perhaps extreme solution for SPAM

As a decision maker in IT, I get dozens of unsolicited email messages a day. That may not sound like much but that is after some rather extensive anti-spam techniques: 800 more words

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Spam related comments are not welcome

For the last few months I’ve been getting a huge amount of comments from spammers wanting to sell me their programs or items. I don’t know why this is suddenly a problem as it has never been an issue for well over a year of having this blog. 58 more words

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