Top five reasons why Bayesian filtering won't be killed by the spam industryOttawa, 22 Feb 2003
- Because brainwidth is more precious than bandwidth: just because you must download it doesn't mean you have to read it.
- Because it quietly personnalizes your computer and makes it strangely your own.
- Because it's a beautiful idea.
- Because ISPs can transfer the burden of filtering from server to client.
- Because those mail client writers that have it will ruthlessly shame those that don't until everyone has it... shortly after Microsoft releases a browser that actually supports CSS2 without ugly floating hacks.
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