As I highly doubt you have noticed nor care, but I have finally got around to looking Look at my Spam back online after it has been down for around three to four months.
In case you do not know but Look at my Spam is a website that is a small project to find how easy it was to get spammed by just leaving one email link at the bottom of a website. Well I can say safety so far with the project, I am getting roughly five emails a minute. Some of the emails are coming from Yahoo groups, random marketing and some people who feels it is funny to email stuff there hoping their email will be published on the website.
I figured I will do a quick message to marketing consultants that are contacting me about marketing on Tweaked for your Pleasure (this website) and “somehow” using an e-mail address that is ONLY listed on Look at my Spam which means either you went to that site hoping you can contact me or you are using a spider bot and found the e-mail.
While I am ignoring any e-mails sent to it, they WILL BE posted in the future. If you are “Monica Sellers” reading this, I would not mind knowing how you found that e-mail as the one you sent me does look legit, but going to my spam e-mail address I would say otherwise.
Well, this post in a direct reply to yet another blog post that I written and that was about Facebook being the home of forgotten passwords.
Social Networks are a place to meet people that you might never ever know and that is true, you never know who the other person is on the other side. With the likes of Facebook and MySpace, it is so easy to be accepted as a friend on their profile.
Basically, what this means (Not including limited view on Facebook right now) is that you can see whatever details they have put such as birthdays. If you remember of that last post I did, that was a key on getting access to someone domain etc.