I'm hacking together a "whitelist" system for my homebrew webmail,
where e-mail with certain Subject and From lines (namely, ones corresponding
to Subjects I've sent mail about and people I've sent mail to) get highlighted
as being much less likely to be SPAM.
So here are the top ten (well, eleven) Subject lines in mail I've sent
over the past year and a half. (Except, of course, for the 5-6
months of data from the second half of last year that got wiped out
when my webhost's server got hacked.)
Except for that "HTML:" one which was a specific technical
conversation, all of them are general terms I tend to use when
I'm not feeling very imaginative.
|hey man||19 |
|HTML: wrapping tables?||10 |
In terms of to whom I've sent mail, Mo tops the list at over 500, over
5 times the next runner up, my mom.
Link of the Moment
Dang, guess Google isn't as perfectly cool in every respect as everyone thought. Their lawyers sent a cease and desist note to this site, which had made a very Google-looking interface to Amazon, both as a bit of a gag and as a statement on web usability. (They still have a screenshot here.) I guess I can kind of see Google's point, it was similar to the point of possible confusion that it was really Google making the site, and the redone look and feel is still much cleaner than Amazon itself.
Quote of the Moment
Some people see things that are and ask, Why?
Some people dream of things that never were and ask, Why not?
Some people have to go to work and don't have time for all that shit.