Spread the awareness!

August 23rd, 2007

Bacn T-Shirts

With international support and hatred for the new term Bacn, we are now offering you the ability to express yourself. Sign up for the forum and post some of your designs and photos, we’d love to see how much you love or hate us : ) Create HERE.

Spam, Bacn, and Sausage. Is bacn really that silly?

August 22nd, 2007

So a lot people have been addressing the serious issues brought on by Bacn in their inboxes, but have thought the name is quite silly. Well if you look at the history and origins of the name Spam, you will soon realize that Bacn continues where Spam has left off and sets the internet up for Sausage in the future. This name may be silly, but so was Spam when it was first introduced.

Bacn - an international issue

August 22nd, 2007

Bacn has recently become recognized as an international issue with references spanning in blogs and news feeds from Japan, France, Canada, United States and the rest of the world. Yes, Bacn may have a silly name, but it’s become a recognized issue that people are now finally taking actions to fix. One of the first educational sessions took place at Podcamp Pittsburgh 2 this past weekend. We were lucky enough to have iJustine capture this first session on her live lifecast. Take a peek at this first session and please keep checking back on tips on how to manage Bacn.

Welcome to the Official Bacn Home Page

August 21st, 2007

Bacn is a new problem now plaguing our email inboxes. Putting it simply, Bacn is email you receive that isn’t spam… And isn’t personal mail. It’s the middle class of email. It’s notifications of a new post to your Facebook wall or a new follower on Twitter. It’s the Google alert for your name and the newsletter from your favorite company.


We are a group of like-minded individuals who have realized the problem of bacn, and are out to find a solution. You can now join the discussion in our forum and help us further define bacn as we begin our efforts to manage our bacn. Bacn was first used during an impromptu discussion about email and spam during Podcamp Pittsburgh.