In 2003, I was receiving so much spam that I decided that the only solution was to change my email address every so often.  I thought I’d have to do so every month or two.  Then pretty much immediately spam filters were invented and I found that I could go for a decade or more without having to change my address.  But now a new problem has arisen: Google seems to have decided that since I’m not using Gmail, I must be untrustworthy, and it has consequently decided to block my messages.  It doesn’t even send them to a spam folder—​it just silently deletes them.  When I change my outgoing email address, I seem to be able to contact Gmail addresses again, at least for a while, so if you do write to me, you may receive a reply from a different address from the one below.  But you should be able to reach me at:

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