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Re: [xmca] Kellogg Hacked

And its legal? Or just too offshorable?

So its part of capital dividing the web futher.

Well, at least we know not to click but there appears no spam protection.

Thanks for the help, Huw.


On Wed, Jun 13, 2012 at 5:45 PM, Huw Lloyd <huw.softdesigns@gmail.com>wrote:

> It's a "thought" virus, merely one step further along the path of the
> evils of advertising.  The source of the trouble is the
> click-through-advertising payments from the likes of Google or Yahoo.
> It's an interesting dynamic for the likes of Google given the high
> coherence of their staff vs the violence of advertising.  For Yahoo! it's
> all par for course.  My prediction is that as the google collective start
> to approach the signal barrier (vs noise) in their advertising, that they
> will actually start to induce more problems for their free client users.
> Vaguely appropriate advertising is going to be far more distracting and
> troublesome vs the real deal communicative signal of useful and appropriate
> messages.
> My own impression is that they (google) are already cranking up the
> advertisements.   Enough for me to start thinking about setting up an email
> client to forgo the branding.
> Huw
> On 14 June 2012 00:36, mike cole <lchcmike@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I fear David Kellogg's email has been hacked. He has written to tell me
>> that he has sent no emails to xmca yet lots
>> of links are appearing. Beware.
>> mike
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