I'm bringing the casual cover up to speed during a gap in the regular web editor's continuity. Like all web systems, ours has its little quirks, and though I did a couple of intensive sessions on the way in there are always the odd bits that come out in dribs and drabs as the days go by.
This morning I
caught myself typing the words, "the robots are drawn to the more
popular pages or those that have comments on them already, especially if
those comments include images or
links" by way of explanation following a more than usually unfortunate alert message dropping into the approval box. I adjusted the comprehensibility of the message while handing out disapproval to this comment (and another, considerably less offensive, message selling - a first for me - a gas-powered outdoor heater) reflecting on the sad truth of the matter.
Our CAPTCHAs are quite good. They're probably not robots.