April 11, 2007

Another new genre?

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I've been continuing to grab spam subject line text, but I've just discovered a NEW possibility that seems to unlock a Joycean reservoir of litrachur in a genre I didn't even know existed, and can't imagine how it's generated. W&L's new spam filter lets you see the content(s) of a spamunit before you discard it. Here's one:
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I'd have thought it was nowt but fluke, but then along comesd another:
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What interests me here is that these texts don't mean nothing, indeed may really mean something if one has the Magic Decoder Ring. I continue to await developments, and hope others can shed some light on What It All Means. Posted by oook at April 11, 2007 03:00 PM

Some quick Googlement suggests that the first example is made up of random strings of text from Louisa May Alcott...

Posted by: Voice0Reason at April 11, 2007 05:44 PM