Do you know Terry Chenier?
He is one funny man... he has a new book coming out and this is an example of some of the fun he has with his writing!
Hope you enjoy the posts.. I am going to share a few!
At the end of a post, they ask the question. "What does the graphic say?"
I did a similar post on this topic previously, and from the responses, I got
the answer I was looking for. Apparently spammers have word-recognition
software out there that crawls around the internet like a "spider", finds words and
attaches a spam email. So, the computer guys in Active Rain "make up" words that
the program can't recognize. That's the best I can do with my limited
computer knowledge. How am I doing so far?
So, that brings me to my complaint.
Sometimes, the graphic will say something
like sachrizma-louvisinxa. Perfectly under-standable; no "spider" is going
to pick this one up. I've gotten pretty good at word recognition. I'll type
"sach" when I see sachrizma-louvisinxa, and hit enter, but what really came up was
sachrizma-louvininxa. So, what the techies did is change one letter and
created another word. I've seen several variations on the same word. I guess
the question I have is this. If the word is already a "non-word" and the "spiders"
can't find it anyway, why change one letter to further complicate things.
It's really difficult to spot these things late at night when you're having a Chablis
and blogging away. Get it wrong and it's back to re-doing the comment
and trying your luck on the next graphic, hopefully, a 3 letter word this time.