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ǝpoɔıun ƃuısn ʇxǝʇ pǝsɹǝʌǝɹ

07/07/07 | by Adam | Categories: Technology, Silly

Link: http://www.revfad.com/flip.html

(ƃuıoqƃuıoq ɐıʌ)

(¡ɥɔnɯ ʇı ƃuısn ǝq ll,ı ʇɐɥʇ ʇou) ʇı ǝʌol ı ˙ʎɹǝʞɔɐɥ ɟo ǝɔǝıd ɔıssɐlɔ ɐ sı sıɥʇ

 

3 comments

Comment from: Nimble [Member]  

International Phonetic Alphabet forms a lot of its symbols by rotation of regular ones, or by adding tails and the like.

It’s interesting how many letters are invariant under rotation, as well as how many become other letters under rotation (e.g. u, n or p, d) - no wonder dyslexics have troubles :)

07/08/07 @ 19:43
Comment from: dena [Member]  
dena

I get a bunch of squares… what font do I need to be able to see this properly? :)

07/09/07 @ 12:49
Comment from: Adam [Member]  
Adam

Probably you’re missing an international character set or full unicode on your system. I’ve tried this using Firefox 2 on both XP and OSX and it’s displayed correctly in both cases.

07/09/07 @ 12:55
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