E-mail adress

Mike Hearn m.hearn at signal.QinetiQ.com
Tue Aug 31 03:19:56 CDT 2004

A better technique is to the CSS unicode bi-di attributes to convert

Mike Hearn <xc.ivan at ekim>

in the webpage to

Mike Hearn <mike at navi.cx>

in the rendered image the browser shows you. I came across this trick 
the other day and it's pretty neat. Boring old techniques like "username 
at host" are apparently useless against modern harvester bots, so maybe 
it's worth doing this.

Davide Giannotti wrote:

> I'm trying to fight spam like anybody else, and first thing is to remove mail 
> adresses from every page on the internet.
> A google search on my adress shows only 2 pages where i compare, they both 
> come frome wine archive:
> http://www.winehq.com/hypermail/wine-devel/2003.04.txt
> http://www.spinics.net/lists/wine/msg08863.html
> Is there a way to make them remove from there?
> Just a suggestion: i'm conscious that mail adress need to be post into such a 
> mailing list, but wouldn't be good to keep a script running that alter them 
> into something like 'myname {at} mydomain' ?
> Just a little sacrifice for everybody to help fighting spam.
> Think about.. pls...

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