"Mini Me, if I ever lost you I don't know what I would do. (pauses)
I would probably move on, get another clone but there would be a 15 minute period there where I would just be inconsolable."
– Dr. Evil, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me

Both of the following fun ways to browse Google need the Internet Explorer browser, so feel free to skip this chapter if you're using Firefox or any browser other than Internet Explorer.

Google Rotated (blog.outer-court.com/rotated/) shows you the normal, actual Google (with all of its functionalities)... except that everything's rotated 180°. Including the Google homepage, the search results, and even the web pages you click on in the results. When people visit Google Rotated they're usually either trying to adjust their monitor, or bend their neck leftwards.

Google Rotated

Google Rotated... it's another way to look at search.

Mini Google (blog.outer-court.com/mini.html), on the other hand, doesn't make you bend your neck. Then again, it may make you move your face really, really close to the screen... ‘cause it's tiny. About the size of your thumbnail. Good luck searching for something with Mini Google, and good luck hitting on a search result page – as a bonus, if you managed to do that the page you clicked on will be mini too!

Google Mini

Google Mini. Small, but fun!