A SPAM Test

Like most people, I hate spam e-mail.  But at the same time I want people who stumble upon this blog to be able to easily contact me without having to go through a contact form, I want them to be able to use their own e-mail client and for them to know my e-mail address (radical thought, eh?).  I have noticed a lot of people having their e-mail address on their blogs or web pages in various forms.  I suspect that depending on the form of the e-mail that they publish they get various amounts of SPAM.  So this blog post is a test to see how much spam I will get by throwing out e-mail addresses in various obfuscated forms.  I know this blog is crawled by several search engines and some other bots (that I have no idea what they are), so I hope that this is a valid test.

John.Smith@larryclarkin.com

John.Jones@larryclarkin.com

Julie.Smith@larryclarkin.com

Jeff.Smith AT larryclarkin.com

Julie dot Jones at larryclarkin dot com

Jeff.Jones@NoSPAMlarryclarkin.com

[My Last Name] period [My First Name] at the domain of this blog

I will report on the results a couple of times, once after 7 days and once after a month.  I am interested to see what happens.


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