You can use the Decimal string from the ASCII code converter to keep spammers from reading your email address from your web site. Type your email address into the "ASCII Text" box on that page and press convert. Then take the numbers from the "Decimal" area and put a comma between each set of numbers (replace the spaces with commas) and then paste them into the script below. Put that script on your web page and everyone else will see the text email address, but the spammers won't.
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