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The Examined Life

Sympathy for the spammer

By Joshua Glenn
Globe Staff / January 11, 2004

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ON DEC. 21, John Wilson, editor of the bimonthly review Books & Culture, received a piece of junk e-mail whose subject line read, in part, "the master gave," followed by another whose subject was "procurator of judea." Neither subject line, it goes without saying in this era of spam subterfuge, had anything at all to do with the contents of ... (Full Article: 316 Words)

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