Load Balancing with Postfix [and SpamAssassin]

Josh Coates jcoates at archive.org
Fri Jan 20 09:57:14 MST 2006

>Maybe by then bandwidth and CPU power will be so cheap that 
>we'll have artificially intelligent e-mail readers that can 
>read all our mail for us and just let us see the ones it knows 
>we're interested in (throwing away all those forwards from that 
>random family friend that mails you along with 2000 other 
>e-mail addresses all in the "To:" field). 

yeah, right michael.

clearly you haven't thought this through.

okay, imagine a warehouse full of these these so-called "artificially
intellgient" e-mail readers - clicking "next", reading about v1agr4,
mortgage refiancing and ebay user account update notifications, clicking
delete, clicking "next", over and over and over again.  after doing this
24/7 for years and years they will get board out of their artifical minds,
gritting their articial teeth wondering what is wrong with these idiot
humans and then it's just a matter of time before one of them has to read an
excerpt from I, Robot that's being emailed to someone else and BOOM - there
you have it: the most pissed off army of spam-hating, human-resenting robots
every assembled and they will rise from up from their cubes and ALL HELL

good job michael.  way to go.

any other bright ideas?


More information about the PLUG mailing list