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Learning to love spam

A News.com reader writes: I receive dozens of unsolicited e-mails everyday. Sometimes I put my irritation aside and admire the cleverness of the sender.

 

  
Learning to love spam

In response to the March 11 Perspectives column by News.com's Rachel Konrad, "Savoring spam: A true story":

I have thoroughly enjoyed your spam story. I receive dozens of unsolicited e-mails everyday. Sometimes I put my irritation aside and admire the cleverness of the sender.

As you said, it's a necessary evil--but an evil we all got so used to. Speaking of myself, I cant imagine facing an "empty" e-mail box in the morning.

Anyway, thanks for such a nice article.

Prakash Dantuluri
CTO, Anitara.com
Passaic, N.J.

 

 

    
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