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Notes from Authentication and Online Trust Summit

Mark, our resident uber-nerd, is at the Authentication and Online Trust Summit in Boston right now, representing the 'chimp. He's there to learn what measures ISPs are putting in place to block spam and email threats (and what good email marketers need to know).

Is Mark sending me up-to-the-minute updates on breaking anti-spam news via his Blackberry, so that I can post them here on the blog? Nope. He won't even touch a Blackberry. He'll probably just come back next week, sit down at his desk, and quietly tweak MailChimp. Where's the fun in that? Sigh.

Luckily, Tamara Gielen's found someone who is posting updates here.

April 18, 2007 in MailChimp News | Permalink


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