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- Rob Ford, Spam, and the Quintessential Summer Cocktail - Slate Magazine
Slate MagazineRob Ford, Spam, and the Quintessential Summer Cocktail
“Give Spam a Chance: The maligned meat deserves a better reputation,” by Anna Weaver. For millions of Americans, Spam has a reputation as a “pink, slimy, salty block of sodium,” more suitable for joking about than for eating. Weaver wants that to change.
- India ranks number two among spam-sending nations: Trend Micro - Times of India
Times of IndiaIndia ranks number two among spam-sending nations: Trend Micro
Times of India
PUNE: A recent security round-up report, Trend Micro Q1 2013, has said that 7.70% of spam was being sent from India and the country stood second among the spam sending countries. The report added that 1.75% of computers in India were found accessing ...
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- 'Spam text menace is growing' - The Alexander City Outlook'Spam text menace is growing'
The Alexander City Outlook
In a class full of about 30 students, my friend Caitlin and I were the only ones with the Internet. Though our first messages consisted mainly of simple back and forth salutations, we thought we were the coolest kids in school. In a matter of 20-30 ...
- Thatz Not Okay: Cream Puff Savagery; A Spam Artist's Friend's Sister - GawkerThatz Not Okay: Cream Puff Savagery; A Spam Artist's Friend's Sister
Thatz Not Okay: Cream Puff Savagery; A Spam Artist's Friend's Sister · Caity Weaver PFollowOUnfollow 5/23/13 6:15pm Yesterday 6:15pm g 30,371L 203Edit. Welcome to Thatz Not Okay, a regular column in which I school inquiring readers on what is and is ...
- Eat Spam and carry on: Wartime pamphlets could teach us a thing or two about ... - The IndependentEat Spam and carry on: Wartime pamphlets could teach us a thing or two about ...
When we think about periods in food, the Second World War is not one that begs to be revisited. It was all tinned meat, semolina and a joyless absence of butter, right? Well, not quite. And despite rationing, many commentators have observed that the ...
- Still Seeing Post-Penguin Web Spam In Google Results? Let Google Know - Search Engine Land
Search Engine LandStill Seeing Post-Penguin Web Spam In Google Results? Let Google Know
Search Engine Land
Google's head of search spam tweeted, asking that if you still see spammy websites coming up in the Google search results, to let Google know. Matt posted an online Google doc form over here where you can specify the URL of the spam site, the search ...
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- Spam and the Byzantine Empire: How Bitcoin tech REALLY works - RegisterSpam and the Byzantine Empire: How Bitcoin tech REALLY works
Analysis Why does Bitcoin work? Fraudsters should have left it in cinders years ago, and might have done, if it wasn't for two things: spam and the Byzantine Empire. A Bitcoin is basically an entry in a ledger that is distributed across a network of ...
- Penguin 4, With Penguin 2.0 Generation Spam-Fighting, Is Now Live - Search Engine LandPenguin 4, With Penguin 2.0 Generation Spam-Fighting, Is Now Live
Search Engine Land
Matt Cutts, the head of Google's Web spam team, announced the new Penguin 2.0 update during This Week in Google (Episode #199). He referenced the earlier video of himself talking about the next generation Penguin update, and said this is being rolled ...
- Swindles and Spam, Lurking in Your Search Results - New York TimesSwindles and Spam, Lurking in Your Search Results
New York Times
Most of our ventures onto the Web still begin with a search — a fact readily exploited by spammers and swindlers who rely on excessive use of keywords, link exchanging and other manipulation techniques to push their content higher in the list of ...
- Why Spam Should Be a Foodie Favorite - Slate Magazine
Slate MagazineWhy Spam Should Be a Foodie Favorite
On a recent cross-country road trip, I visited the Hormel Foods factory and neighboring Spam Museum in Austin, Minn. The air surrounding the factory smells just like Spam. If you're like most Americans, you're probably gagging at the thought of Spam ...