Hate captcha in the google maps. I can understand how it needs to protect itself against spam, but this is ludicrous. I was playing with the google maps api writing a simple google maps mashup. This meant editing my js file and reloading the pages a few times. Somehow google flagged this as a sequence of spam requests. So it shows me the dreaded captcha page. I enter the damn captcha. You would think a company like google would be smart enough to let you get on with your work. Oh no, it brings up the captcha page again. May be I got the captcha wrong originally so I tried again, no luck. Now onto my 100th try in a row and still no luck. Google still thinks my requests (from a FF3 browser) are all spam requests.
Is this the sign that gOoGle is finally going the MS way?