Thursday, June 06, 2002

What is the opposite of instant messaging? is a new service that promises delayed delivery of an electronic message for up to 97 years, no matter what happens to the sender, to the e-mail account or its supplier or to the basic structure of the Internet. {source: NY Times}

In Gnat or Parasite? Angst Over Adware John Biggs explores the issues of adware, brought to light by file-sharing clients like Kazaa and Morpheus.

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