Re: blinknation?

Blinknation is a social networking site for the blind. The emails are not spam, but the owners of the site are a little overaggressive in advertising, which is one of the reasons I have not joined.


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Anthony P Schnurr wrote:

I received the same invitation as well even though I never heard of it either. Perhaps someone combed the ProgrammingBlind archives for addresses and signed us up.


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Hi all --
I just got an email from something called blinknation asking that I click on
a link to confirm my subscription. I never subscribed to this and in fact
have never heard of it, and I don't know who might have submitted my name.
Does anyone know what blinknation is? I don't think I'm interested in
joining, but it puzzles me how they got my name.
Thanks.
--le

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