Each Wednesday, I post some of my favorite can't-miss links, images, and otherwise mindblowing goodies from across the web.
Matthew Baldwin says, "Site administrators use CAPTCHAs to prevent automated scripts from performing certain functions, such as creating an account, sending email to a distribution list, or participating in a discussion thread. That's fine, as far as it goes. But, frankly, I'd also like to see certain people on the Internet prevented from doing certain things. You know, like: logging onto the Internet." He's created a series of solution to keep the less desirables away...
Test your skillz at Internet Access CAPTCHAS
Jason Freeny explores what might be inside your favorite toys
"A Swedish man who tried to set up a nuclear reactor in his kitchen at home has admitted his plan was 'crazy'."