how to CAPTCHA idiots



Ever get annoyed with those Facebook friends, Tweeps, blog commenters, whatever, that seem to misspell every word in the English language? Ever wish there was a way to filter them out? Ever wish there was actually a non-annoying use of CAPTCHA codes? If you answered yes to these questions, then you'll love Defective Yetti's proposal to implement this across the internet.

2 comments:

Jimbo said...

I like it. I too am sick of all the semi-literacy of so many on the 'Net, especially commentators on blogs. Not sure just how he would implement the scheme.

mika said...

hi ,good idea , but didn't you think before about "human error" or "its not their first language" and they just trying to learn new one , not always "semi-literacy"!
by the way there is no 100% secured captcha till now , the Recaptcha of google still fighting but soon they will be hacked 2 :D,sorry if u got "annoyed" of my comment , i dont speak your "high class english" lol :S

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