the captcha, and the comma queen (again)

I’ve been having a lot of problems with spam registrations recently, and one of the plugins I was using stopped working for some reason, so I’ve installed a captcha.

It’s set to appear only for registrations, not comments or password retrievals, but let me know if anything weird happens.

If you can’t comment, you can email me at wasserman [at] operamail [dot] com.

Following up on my earlier post, the Comma Queen addressed the question of using “they” (or other alternatives) for people who don’t fall into the traditional gender binary.

Her conclusion is — if it needs to be said — one with which I completely agree.

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One Response to the captcha, and the comma queen (again)

  1. Maggie says:

    I had no trouble logging in, and I didn’t see a captcha. Anyway, I like “they” as a gender neutral pronoun. It’s more user friendly than all the other variants, and I can see it catching on in the mainstream, but in the end, I guess we do have to just call people what they want to be called.

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