Apparently, my Stevens email has 61 different aliases – I only knew about 3 of them. Basically, they are all variations on my email, but with a lot of weird URLs that I didn’t know Stevens owned. They are:
Emails often contain 1×1-pixel, transparent, or tiny hidden images used to track that the email has been opened. Using a Python script, I gathered all 12,383 of them in my inbox and deleted mail folder into the image above. The black pixels on the bottom are the remainder of the pixels in the final row.
The above version is scaled up; see the pixel-accurate 111x112px version here.
An email from Harbor Freight -> forwarded -> replied.
At my UNL account this morning, I received scientific spam: an advertisement for a book about beetles. While annoying, this line from the email is particularly nice:
“Instructions to collect beetles in every kind of environment such as savannas, forests, deserts, streams, rivers, mountains, caves, beaches, mangroves, dunes, etc.”