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(Another report by a blogger that she believes she observed the birth of the term spam in AOL Star Trek chat rooms turns out to date from 94-95 and thus postdates the word entering common usage via other channels.) My research has not found BBSers or Relay chatters using the term in USENET messages, so for now I conclude it was MUDders who brought the term to USENET and email.Here we see a thread where MUDders discuss the meaning and origin of the word Spam in 1990.There are unconfirmed reports as well that the term migrated to MUDs from early "chat" systems.Rich Frueh believes the term originated on Bitnet's Relay, the early chat system that IRC (Internet Relay Chat) was named after.(You'll be astounded to see which net celebrity defends the spam.But we were all younger then.) (This is an interesting time for spammiversaries.

One was to flood the computer with so much data as to crash it.March 31st, 2003 marks the 10th anniversary of the term Spam being applied to a USENET post, and May 3rd marks the 25th anniversary of the earliest documented E-mail spam.) Plus at the bottom, a bit about the term surfing the net.Most people have some vague awareness that it came from at first from the spam skit by Monty Python's Flying Circus. This wasn't the first such abusive posting, nor the first mass posting to be called a spam, but it was the first deliberate mass posting to commonly get that name.Another unconfirmed report from a BBS user claims to have seen it defined as a "Single Post to All Messagebases" though this origin seems highly unlikely in my judgement.Another report describes indirectly a person simply typing "spam, spam..." in a MUD with a keyboard macro until being thrown off around 1985.The "green card" spam didn't coin the term, and it wasn't even the first "spam" -- though it was the first really large commercial one.My research shows the term goes back to the late 1980s and the "MUD" community. That's a somewhat archaic term for a real time multi-person shared environment, which is to say a shared world where users can chat, move around and interact with locations and objects in the environment.Later, some particularly nasty folks figured they could take mass e-mailing software (which had been around for decades to handle mailing lists) and use it to send junk e-mail to large audiences who hadn't asked for it.The term quickly came to be used to describe these unwanted junk e-mails, and indeed that is the most common use of the term today.In the sketch, a restaurant serves all its food with lots of spam, and the waitress repeats the word several times in describing how much spam is in the items. Thus the meaning of the term at least: something that keeps repeating and repeating to great annoyance. In April of 1994, the term was not born, but it did jump a great deal in popularity when two lawyers from Phoenix named Canter and Siegel posted a message advertising their fairly useless services in an upcoming U. They had posted their message a few times before, but on April 12, they hired an mercenary programmer to write a simple script to post their ad to every single newsgroup (message board) on USENET, the world's largest online conferencing system.When she does this, a group of Vikings (don't ask) in the corner start a song: "Spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, spam, lovely spam! There were several thousand such newsgroups, and each one got the ad.

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