An article in Wired about the Virtual MDA scumware I tested the other day (see this post) mentions me as a source. You can read the article here.
* “Anybody who’s willing to pay $1 per CPU hour for sending messages has to be doing something illegal, or is going to get people’s connectivity turned off,” said Joseph R. Jones, a consultant with Web-hosting firm Market Matrix, and editor of Small Biz Advisor. “Any home user who sends out that much e-mail from their computer is going to get their cable or DSL connection cut off.” *
Pretty cool. Despite the fact that there was no link in the article to any of my sites, I’ve seen a marked increase in traffic.