When Tobey Moore, an equipment technologist for the Cornell Electron-positron Storage Ring (CESR), says he loves his job, it’s no wonder. Many people would jump at the chance to spend their career helping with experiments to smash particles together and trying to create new matter.
When you scan your Inbox each morning, chances are you’ll spot a few messages that turn out to be spam (junk mail). Lately they aren’t even marked with the telltale PMX signature that Cornell’s anti-spam system adds to questionable messages. What’s going on?