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WTN Interview: Alex Bratton: EmailRX's founder on viruses and spam

Alex Bratton is determined to give heavy email users something they lack: time and security. The 32 year old founder of EmailRx, and a heavy email user, talks about the inspiration for his company, the challenge with "grow this, shrink that" offers and the wireless world.

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Full article >>> year, the spam epidemic really took off and our customers needed help (as did I). Being a technologist, I thought there was a better way to do things. For instance, much of the client side virus protection software brought baggage with it -- such as requiring user intervention and updates. As a result, viruses were more damaging than they should have been. The same thing is happening in the spam ......

Full article >>> hat kind of geographic freedom is going to cause a big shift in our culture. In addition to my role with EmailRx, I recently founded ( as a community site dedicated to critical thinking about wireless technologies. I am also working on a number of wireless software projects.


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