Seattle, WA (PRWEB) August 19, 2007
Anti-spam application provider SpamButcher is asking the question, "If cats could send spam, what would it look like?"
"Specifically, we want people to send us photos of their cats acting as if they were being featured in, or actually sending spam or other unwanted e-mail," says SpamButcher CEO Rich Olson.
Contest details and example "spam cats" can be found at http://www.spambutcher.com/spamcats/
The contest is a play on the ever-popular "lolcat" phenomena where users add funny captions to pictures of their feline companions.
The contest runs until September 15. The next day, SpamButcher will judge which cats are the funniest. Select user submissions will be posted to the site throughout the contest.
The funniest cat picture gets $100, second place is $50 and third wins $25.
SpamButcher offers a powerful client-side anti-spam solution for Windows users that can eliminate up to 98 percent of spam e-mail messages.
In 2002 SpamButcher became the first commercially available anti-spam product to utilize fuzzy logic technology.
A free 21-day trial version of SpamButcher can be downloaded from http://www.spambutcher.com.
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