On 4-4-2013 14:27, tamouse mailing lists wrote:
On Apr 4, 2013 3:57 AM, "Ashley Sheridan" <a...@ashleysheridan.co.uk> wrote:

One type I've seen (and use myself) which is gaining traction is that of
asking for a human type of response to a question, or have them perform a
simple mathematical problem, where the numbers are replaced with something

Those can be great. The sticky part seems to be i18n and common user
experience to answer the question, but this seem much easier to work with
then throwing something horrible at your users.

Still, questions like "Does the sun rise in the morning or evening?" or "Is the sky usually blue or red?" should be answerable by pretty much any human capable of understanding at least very basic things. I'm pretty sure that even if you have a severely reduced mental capacity, you can still answer these types of questions. And if you can't, you usually are in the wrong place anyway.

- Tul

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