Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Just a Link

Linking to the Official Google Blog Post. Google Acquires reCAPTCHA.

17 comments:

  1. Congratulations! Will the reCAPTCHA team be working from Google Pittsburgh?

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  2. So you're rich now?

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  3. Don't worry, he was already rich... =)

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  4. Great news! Maybe now the nigh on unreadable captchas that google uses when you lose your password will be replaced by something more reasonable.

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  5. I am assuming there will be a party going on for the next couple of months now right?

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  6. Haha Congrats Luis,

    So whats going to happen to reCaptcha now? Are you going to be working with google?

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  7. ¡enhorabuena!
    But what does this mean for your projects?

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  8. Mas pistudo!
    Felicidades

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  9. Congratulations from Italy !
    If you need a php programmer in Italy.. ;)

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  10. What will Google's acquisition mean for the not-for-profit Internet Archive scanning project which was using ReCaptcha's software to improve its book scanning? Will Google pull that plug in its own commercial interest?

    Lawrence A. Stanley, Esq.

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  11. What is your favorite hobby?
    What did you first do in computers?

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  12. Any comments in regards to reCaptcha using Internet Archive's brand but not actually supplying correction to it as alleged by a pseudonomoys post on reddit - http://www.searchengineshowdown.com/blog/2009/09/google_recaptcha_and_the_inter.shtml

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  13. Quite frankly it's kind of scary that Google can pretty much acquire anything it want's on the internet.

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