Created by Bill Shackelford, the Spamtrap is a strange device that prints and shreds incoming email. Though not very practical, it’s an interesting conversation piece nonetheless. Hit the break to see this device in action.

Pentium II computer connected to a wireless network, personal printer, personal shredder, aluminum rails, Spamtrap email addresses, automatic printing software, email client software, antivirus software, and a SpamCop user account. The paper is recycled after the spam email has been shredded

[via OhGizmo!]

Created by Bill Shackelford, the Spamtrap is a strange device that prints and shreds incoming email. Though not very practical, it’s an interesting conversation piece nonetheless. Hit the break to see this device in action.

Pentium II computer connected to a wireless network, personal printer, personal shredder, aluminum rails, Spamtrap email addresses, automatic printing software, email client software, antivirus software, and a SpamCop user account. The paper is recycled after the spam email has been shredded

[via OhGizmo!]