They've been deleted now, but before they head off to Digital Heaven once and for all I felt compelled to make some comment about the latest round of comment spam I just got.
It seems that this new breed of comment spam involves making a few vague statements about something that may (or may not) be related to the article that it is attached to, a few thinly veiled compliments about the blog, and an obvious link to whatever it is the bastard's trying to hock.
Here's one of my favourites.
Ververs clicks with CBS for 'Public' blog
After a controversial run-in with bloggers last year that helped sink "60 Minutes Wednesday," CBS News' "nonbudsman" is on the job.
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I've broken the links so they won't take you anywhere if you click on them.
I don't know if this is commonplace, or how long this strategy has been in operation, but I just can't believe that spammers think people are so stupid as to not realise that what they are looking at is spam.
Here's another one.
Nexaweb Showcases Benefits of RIAs at Inaugural Developer Conference
A reader asked how they could sort a set of directory paths in ColdFusion. The answer isn't that complex, and like most things in ColdFusion it can be Aug.
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Original, but really stupid.