Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Spam, not just for breakfast anymore.

When I was a little girl, the word "spam" meant a spiced ham, that came in a tin can with a key, made by Hormel Foods.

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Hormel probably had no idea that their brand name would become a household name meaning something that nobody, especially we-bloggers, wants.

Just recently, I've been spammed by several people. They've posted little comments in my we-blog comments section as if I had spoken about something they're obviously interested in and then left a web-link to their sites.

Said sites are of course those weirded out little advertising sites that people seem to think they can create to sell to big companies who will be interested in the site content that they've gone to all the trouble to put together for them.

They suck.

Monday, October 10, 2005

Writers block. Gak!

It's one of those days.

I actually have the time to write. I can't publish the blog that I want to for fear of reprisals and I haven't anything else I really want to say.


Maybe if I were getting paid???

Me out.