From: Gregg Reynolds (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Feb 23 2005 - 01:30:00 CST
Simon Montagu wrote:
> Mark E. Shoulson wrote:
>> I've thought about getting ɯoɔ.com for similar reasons...
>> And of course, there's always plenty of room to play around with such
>> things on the subdomain level, like having əլɓooɓ.google.com be an
>> upside-down version of the page.
> I expect you've come across elgooG: http://elgoog.rb-hosting.de/index.cgi
> AFAICT they do that the hard way by passing the content through a script
> which reverses all the texts. It could be done much more easily with the
> CSS unicode-bidi property ;-)
What a hoot! You've gotta love the web for the sheer silliness it
brings out. Which in my opinion is very good reason not to go overboard
with the IDN policing.
It's only a matter of time until an entire "inverted web" begins to appear:
How long with it be until a font maker makes a special 'turned' font so
the ʍʍʍ looks pretty?
I'm not so crazy about the j and l; maybe we should make a proposal? :)
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