A Weblog About Topics and Issues Discussed in the Book Spam Kings by Brian McWilliams

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November 13, 2004

Spam confidential

PH-SK-sm.jpg There's a good synopsis of Spam Kings in the business section of the Portsmouth Herald. Business Editor Michael McCord really gets what the book is all about and presents some of the key issues in the battle against spam. I also recently did an interview with Alexandra Krasne, the editor of TechSoup.org, an online technology resource for non-profits. I attempt to answer her essential question "why do spammers spam?" with a somewhat strained analogy to bridge fishing. (Photo by Jackie Ricciardi.)

Posted by brian at November 13, 2004 8:48 AM


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