Wave of the Future (Spam)

From: Iggy Drougge <optimus_at_canit.se>
Date: Sat Jun 23 19:27:05 2001

Richard Erlacher skrev:

>Point taken, but most folks here in the U.S. either have unlimited accounts
>(typically costing $12-$20 monthly, and the extra bandwidth is transparent to
>them. Here in the U.S. is where the battle will be fought, though, and it's
>here, where complacency reigns, that the SPAMmers have the best chance of
>getting by, since everybody worries about what's easy, and almost nobody
>cares about what's right.

I couldn't care less about what most folks in the US use, but I still get
their junk mail, whereas all junk I get via snailmail is at least domestic.

Besides, there are a lot of people who put "no ads wanted" stickers on their
doors, and I trust that those work. I don't mind the junk mail, though, since
I find it relevant (it's mostly news from local grocery stores).

They're putting in Ethernet in my wall on Tuesday, though. That doens't mean
that I'm about to begin sending 500Kb JPEGs along with every email message I

En ligne avec Thor 2.6a.
A conservative is a worshipper of dead radicals.
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