My spin: I HATE SPAM. But get so much of it. I may go for a very drastic solution…but not quite yet.
Cnn News Clip: WASHINGTON (Reuters) — Frustrated Internet users inundated with unwanted get-rich-quick schemes and herbal Viagra offers may have noticed a new, unsolicited pitch promising to reduce the amount of “spam” e-mail they receive.
Pointing to Web sites with names like remove.org and globalremoval.com, the messages promise — for a nominal fee — to stop spam at its source by placing their addresses on a “do not spam” registry. (full story)
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