Spam, Recycled

Even though my Gmail spam filter seems to get smarter every day, my inbox is still occasionally graced with tempting ads for discount pharmaceuticals and hot mortgage deals. But now I've got a second line of defense: the good people at spamrecycling.com. The site will take unwanted spam (or an unwanted e-mail from anyone, for that matter) and randomly transform it into a nice fractal-like graphic (click the image to see mine)
, all in real time. Simply forward a piece of spam to spam@spamrecycling.com and then check your inbox for directions on how to watch your spam art being created and how to sign up for the site's hourly newsletter (just kidding). —John Mahoney