If you type "do a barrel roll" into Google, the page rotates. That's nice but with this one-liner we can do it on any site we wish.
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.