most people are actually,
To be a spammer in 2011, you have to major in Human Psychology?
Practice makes perfect?
I mean there is a sort of cleverness in their approach, isn't there?
I seen a real bad blog about you. http://link2avirus
Have you seen this photo of you? http://going2wreckhavoconURcomputer
Check out this video with you in it! http://love2spam
Given the amount of people who spam me each week, because their accounts have been hacked BECAUSE they were silly enough to click through on one of these.. I think I've got to stop wondering how/why people are silly enough to fall for this trap and got to start slapping some kudos on the devious as they definitely know how to get folks caught in their webs.
If I can apply this to anything in terms of my professional development as an educator, then I'd have to say it really emphasizes my belief that learning has to be personal to prick, to stick.
But anyway, folks, seriously, read and take note:
If you get this sort of message from someone you don't know, don't click on it.
Narcissus by Archimadrill