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Friday, December 24, 2004

 
I wrote Phil Bradley's Great SPAM Experiment. How do we get spam? several years ago and have never updated it, though I always meant to. However, a library school student has decided to undertake a project and expand on what I'd originally done.

One of the things we're both interested in is seeing if email addresses in weblogs gets spam, so I'm including several below. Unless you're a spam bot, please don't click on them!

samjones84@hotmail.co.uk
tanzilaahmed5@hotmail.co.uk
tanzilaahmed5@gmail.com
tanzilaahmed12@hotmail.co.uk

On a related issue, Ben Fitts has started a weblog The Spam Experiment and he's also attempting to get as much spam as possible to create a realistic test environment for evaluating anti-spam software.