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spam By yussuf khalid
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The SPAM Nuisance By Victoria Roddel
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The SPAM Nuisance' explains how to recognize and control spam from emails and texts in all your electronic devices. Originally published May 2013.
Spam blockers By shweta rani
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New to the Internet Marketing scene? How to Avoid being labelled a SPAMMER !!
The Book of Spam By Mel Brackstone
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Photos taken by Mel, and paired with titles that she's found in the subject lines of her email Spam folder.
SPAM BIBLIOGRAPHY By ANGELA GENUSA
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SPAM BIBLIOGRAPHY By ANGELA GENUSA
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[Spam] Prophecy By Kevin Wheat
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God drew a line in the sand when he told Adam and Eve to not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. Since that time, mankind has edged closer and closer to a fundamental understanding... More > of the universe while paying no attention to God’s boundaries. The [spam] Prophecy is a fictional story that explores what happens when mankind attempts to push those limits through advanced technology. While collecting samples for a genealogical study in Israel, Larry is contacted by a group that has stolen an ancient holy relic called the Sudarium. The Sudarium, supposedly the cloth used to cover Jesus' head on the cross, provides a sample of DNA which his friend and co-worker Jimbo clones. It's not surprising that things turn bad when years later the clone uses his fame to send an email to the world containing a formula that, like a palm reader's life line, predicts the recipient's vitality and length of life. That email, the [spam] Prophecy, foretells the beginning of the end for mankind.< Less
[Spam] Prophecy By Kevin Wheat
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God drew a line in the sand when he told Adam and Eve to not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. Since that time, mankind has edged closer and closer to a fundamental understanding... More > of the universe while paying no attention to God’s boundaries. The [spam] Prophecy is a fictional story that explores what happens when mankind attempts to push those limits through advanced technology. While collecting samples for a genealogical study in Israel, Larry is contacted by a group that has stolen an ancient holy relic called the Sudarium. The Sudarium, supposedly the cloth used to cover Jesus' head on the cross, provides a sample of DNA which his friend and co-worker Jimbo clones. It's not surprising that things turn bad when years later the clone uses his fame to send an email to the world containing a formula that, like a palm reader's life line, predicts the recipient's vitality and length of life. That email, the [spam] Prophecy, foretells the beginning of the end for mankind.< Less
Selected Spam By Jared Millar
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To make a Dadaist poem: Take a newspaper. Take a pair of scissors. Choose an article as long as you are planning to make your poem. Cut out the article. Next cut out each of the words that... More > make up this article and put them in a bag. Shake gently. Then take out the scraps one after the other. Copy conscientiously in the order in which they left the bag. The poem will be like you. And here you are a writer, infinitely original and endowed with a sensibility that is charming though beyond the understanding of the vulgar. -Tristan Tzara< Less
An Analysis of Internet Spam By James Miller
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I am plagued by spam more than the average individual as I started the daisy.co.uk web site in about 1991. In those days, I naively put a lot of e-mail addresses into the web pages, using the... More > mailto: link.It was very much a mistake as spammers from all over the world harvested the addresses and then started to send me rubbish of all sorts. At first it was amusing, but as time went on it got more and more annoying. It started with cess pit emptying, drugs of all sorts, replica watches and other luxury goods, pornography and rubbish shares and has since moved on to attempts at fraud and virus distribution.I now get upwards of thirty thousand spam messages a day!That is a downright nuisance, but it also gives me a unique opportunity to collect, sort and analyse all of those annoying messages.This note is an attempt to put some figures, conclusions and thoughts to everything.James MillerJune 1st, 2008 < Less