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A month of SPAM, and how to get a closure: Learn from Peter Cartier

May 27, 2013

Getting worked up with all the unsolicited and downright annoying spam, more this month than ever. Of course I am angry at myself for not knowing more techniques to spot them right away, and some of them do look genuine (read: you hope them to be for you). So for some I went ip checking, and for yet others, pasted the text in Google to find out if the same has been posted elsewhere. It’s an old technique but always turns up some nice gems from others as hassled, or from some forum I didn’t know was discussing SPAM.

So there were the usual, people who found whole databases, list of most annoying ones (which included the one I had searched), and various techniques and plug ins to deal with SPAM. But that won’t give me satisfaction or peace, I know.

Hence I recommend the best way I came across to deal with it, after you are done with the serious stuff. 

Dealing with SPAM… the fun way @

Peter Cartier, thanks for making light of it. 


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