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Spam poetry as source material
I've been assembling a collection of what I call spam poetry, the
semi-random words put in messages to fool filters, e.g.
At 1:30 PM +0600 6/22/04, Elise Mccain wrote:
>graphite atheist adorn stable dispersion babysitter squander
>alongside gallon beak eelgrass francine
I don't know when or whether I will do anything with them or in what
medium. I wonder of anyone else out there is thinking on these lines.
Maybe use text to speech software to generate the sound -- or get an
actor to read the words in a very formal style
(Hmmm.., we could do a cut and paste email text piece, each person
adds one chosen line from his spam to the piece as it goes around)
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