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ReCaptcha Illustrated

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Submitted by: Alan Levine

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Include a screenshot of a word pair from a reCapctha (http://www.google.com/recaptcha or heck right at the bottom of this assignment submission form https://assignments.ds106.us/submit-an-assignment/) in an illustration or visual mashup that shows what the words might mean. Use your imagination to create something meaningful out of the random words.

When you write it up, provide some narrative that puts the image in context.

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An iThingr: ReCaptcha Illustrated and the Benefits of Playing with Apps

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