Over at TechDigest, there’s an apparently wrong claim that the Bluewater shopping centre off the M25 is a noxious source of spam - that if you walk around with Bluetooth on your mobile phone active, you’ll receive Bluespam (go on, let’s coin the phrase).
Except that it seems it ain’t so, according to the person who was there: I’d be interested to hear what [Tech Digest] have heard about Bluewater. Is there something new in the way of BlueSpam or even good old-fashioned SMS spam?
Or could they be referring to the ZagMe service, which I was involved in running there a few years back, I wonder?
And has anyone yet received Bluespam? (As in Bluetooth spam, not the rude sort..)
- These posts might be related (the database thinks..):
- ISP Prime and Phantographics - fraudsters or just incompetent? (21 May 2005; score: 41.36%)
- Spam catcher updated, which I hope will solve problems with nice people being unable to pass comment (26 September 2005; score: 38.43%)
- Spam attack? Tell Google, and wipe out online herpes (14 July 2005; score: 36.47%)