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From: jonathan scott
Date: Jul 19, 2005 10:48 PM
Subject: puppy needed
I AM JONATHAN SCOTT FROM NIGERIA,I WILL LIKE TO ORDER FOR SOME PUPPY FROM YOU,SO I WILL LIKE TO KNOW IF YOU CARRY BOXXER PUPPY,AND IF YOU DO NOT I WILL LIKE TO KNOW THE PUPPIES U HAVE AVAILABLE WITH YOU ONSALE I WILL NEED YOU REPLY ME WITH THE INFO I REQUIRED AND THE METHOD OF PAYMENT YOU TAKE.
NEED YOUR REPLY ASSAP,
Have the Nigerian spam scams expanded to include ... puppies?
In further news, I have been contacted by a reporter from the Central Penn Business Journal regarding a feature on employee blogs. At first I wondered if my blog had been mistaken for something in the vein of, say, the Google blog or the CMT Dukes of Hazzard blog (I'm not even a particular fan of The Dukes of Hazzard, and Christopher Nelson has my undying jealousy), but doing a little Googling of my own, I discovered that Yahoo issued guidelines for the personal blogs of their employees a couple months ago, and it seems personal employee blogs have become all the rage in tech PR lately.
It gives me ideas. You know, being !!PR DIRECTOR!! and all. Ideas like an blog for core company members on the 'about' page of Gamut's site. Hrmm.
I found a few fun things while surfing employee blogs, including: