One of the trickier negotiations at a busy American airport can be identifying one’s PowerBook at the gathering end of the security checkpoint. I put stickers on mine to make the process easier. But Dan Kurtz has a much more elegant solution.
When moving unwanted email to my spam box, I often ask myself who clicks on this shit, because someone obviously does, or it would not keep coming. New York Times has the answer: Spam messages promoting pornography are 280 times as effective in getting recipients to click on them as messages advertising pharmacy drugs, which […]