SPOTLIGHT: College student receives all lost SMS

Every time someone sends a text message without an addressee, it lands in Stan Bubrouski's inbox. No, he's not a techie working with some carrier, he's a college student in Boston who thought it'd be fun to register [email protected] with a Verizon service that allows Internet users to send email and IM messages directly to handsets as SMS text messages. Privacy issues surely abound, but you have to love the kid's ingenuity. Article

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