This "evil spelling test" question was closed as not constructive. But the question brought up matters of interest to some people who frequent this site (English spelling, spelling in context), and Barrie England's answer (which he admits is "Perhaps not an answer") also leads the interested reader to a compelling new source.
It seems to me there is still a place for this sort of question on this site. I've seen it before -- questions I found nifty get closed because they don't fit within the guidelines. I'm sure that once a question is closed it is less likely to be read.
My question here is, is there a place for "questions" like this one, perhaps a "links" or "discussion" section where these kinds of resources can be shared and talked about in a non Q&A format? Is this something that would interest users of this site? It would certainly interest me.
Someone is going to reply with, "that's what the internet is for; don't clutter up this site with information you can find elsewhere." Fair enough. But I wouldn't have known to go looking for an "evil spelling test." It took someone else, with a prior interest and access to that information, to bring it to my attention. I frequent this site because I am fascinated by other people's questions, observations and knowledge. I don't have the time to go wandering around the internet looking for things that might interest me. Neither, probably, do you.