|LANGREITER.COM plain, simple|
Thanks for your nosy lists assessments.
As for the subject of spam, I get loads of it (that's probably a sign of being on too many mailing lists whose admins can't properly enable the "hide full addresses in archive" feature of their list software or being too airy with my one and true address when registering at semi-obscure sites [like langreiter.com]) and I'd welcome any easy way to get rid of (most of) it.
Besides, spam detection touches quite a few very interesting topics (statistics, text & trend analysis), so even if the objective per se wasn't overly interesting, the experience/insights gained while developing such systems may well be worth the effort.
I think Graham & Co. are still busy working on Arc. For how long have we been waiting for K4? ;-)
Not getting too much spam probably is the sign of actually having a life.
GET YOUR MOVE ON
ALMOST ALL ABOUT YOU
So log in, fella — or finally get your langreiter.com account. You always wanted one.
Nearby in the temporal dimension:
... and 44 of the anonymous kind.
Click on for a moderate dose of lcom-talk. This will probably not work in Lynx and other browser exotica.
RECENT EDITS (MORE)
Uncut Games bei Gameware
Offenlegung gem. §25 MedienG:
Christian Langreiter, Langkampfen