The online universe is falling all over itself this morning with news that Google can rotate a page.
While that's nice, let's do it to any page we want. After you load a page, copy and paste the following code into the address bar:
There we go, any page can be rotated (tested in Chrome at this point) and you can amuse your friends for a few seconds.
Simply copy the code example above and paste it into the location field of a new bookmark. Add it to your bookmark bar and now you have a button that will rotate anything you like.
After testing this on Safari, it looks like Safari users are out of luck.
Some would say that it is a long way from software engineering to journalism, others would correctly argue that it is a mere 10 metres according to the floor plan.During his first five years with CBS Interactive, Chris started his journalistic adventure in 2006 as the Editor of Builder AU after originally joining the company as a programmer.Leaving CBS Interactive in 2010 to follow his deep desire to study the snowdrifts and culinary delights of Canada, Chris based himself in Vancouver and paid for his new snowboarding and poutine cravings as a programmer for a lifestyle gaming startup.Chris returns to CBS in 2011 as the Editor of TechRepublic Australia determined to meld together his programming and journalistic tendencies once and for all.In his free time, Chris is often seen yelling at different operating systems for their own unique failures, avoiding the dreaded tech support calls from relatives, and conducting extensive studies of internets — he claims he once read an entire one.