<a href="http://www.captcha.net/cgi-bin/pix">http://www.captcha.net/cgi-bin/pix</a><br><br>That can be used to see if the tested is a computer or a human. Tell what you see in the pix. If you fail, it tells you ae a computer. Ha. I failed. I saw turtles and should have written shells or seashells. <br><br>Are you computers or humans according to the test??<br><br>I am aaparently a computer. :)<br><br>Giaguara<br>
Uh...ok..raise your hand if you didn't get this. (raises hand)<br><br><br>Ok..you failed this Giaguara? And how does this test whether you are a human or a computer? <br><br>I agree with YoYo on this...<br><br><br>[color:red]Don't make me open this on you!</font color=red><br>
it was in the slashdot today.. and on the NY times article; <br><br>http://www.nytimes.com/2002/12/10/science/physical/10COMP.html<br><br>Here more about that test:<br><br>http://www.captcha.net/<br><br><br><br>Giaguara<br>
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