Spam is becoming a major problem for the Internet. Analysts have said that
more than half the traffic on the Internet is spam. I'm not sure I believe
that, but at our sites, we receive more than 3000 spam messages a day.
So, I've been thinking about ways to reduce or eliminate spam on the
Internet, without affecting the ability of people to send anonymous mail or
the ability of legitimate advertisers to reach their audiences.
This page maintained by Rob (at ewan dot com, of course). Only a real
spammer would write to an address marked as a