26 May 2007

Your junk e-mail has ancestors too

We all need a giggle or two. Here's one for today from Jasia at Creative Gene, who has a great posting on the historical roots (circa 1900) of some of the spam e-mails hawking strange and alarming products that we receive today.

Her examples include a rather disturbing diet involving a tapeworm and very questionable medical devices - and all from a time when communication was definitely limited.

Read it here.

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