June 20th, 2002

eLouai

These People Need to Die.

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I normally don't care about spammers, I have my Hotmail Junkmail filter set to Exclusive. But these fuckwads are putting my address in the From: field. They've done it before, but now I'm pissed.

[Update - 1720h]

I've reported them to Sprint through spamcop.net earlier today. sprint.net is the service they're using to do this.

eLouai

Palm V: PocketLJ

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Testing with PocketLJ PDA-1.0b. =)

I'm using a co-worker's Palm V. It's easy, but it's a pain to keep HotSync'ing to get stuff installed and posted. It's kinda like rebooting every time you make a change to the config. =P I know I could set up an IR port to do a direct connection, but I hear that's not easy.