timothy from the damned-either-way dept.
Selanit writes "Salon has an interesting article about the battle against spam from the viewpoint of Suresh Ramasubramanian, a sysadmin working in Hong Kong. His most interesting complaint concerns the fragmentation of anti-spam forces: not only does he have to deal with spammers, but also with anti-spammers who assume because his company is Chinese that he isn't doing anything about spam. Hmm ... decentralized opponents striking from the shadows against quarreling allies. Does this sound familiar to anyone else?"
I have never seen anything fill up a vacuum so fast and still suck.
-- Rob Pike, on X.