Spam From ISI?
No, not USC's Information Sciences Institute, where I used to work, but the other ISI. Did I sign up for this, or are they actually spamming people?
From: ISI Research
Reply-To: ISI Research
To: R Van Meter
Subject: Breaking news for publishing authors
Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2008 01:43:16 -0500 (15:43 JST)
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Anybody got George Kowal's address? ISI should be a better company than that...