May 27, 2002 12:01 PM   Subscribe claims to be the world's smallest web site. And it probably is.
Jakob must be spinning in his crypt.
You don't have to scroll, though.
posted by Su (17 comments total)
Hee hee. So small! I like the Google searchbox.
posted by Marquis at 12:09 PM on May 27, 2002

Darn! I missed the searchbox. I did play the world's smallest game of pong, tho. Vewy cute.
posted by ashbury at 12:19 PM on May 27, 2002

The world's smallest game of Space Invaders is perhaps a little *too* small, but I love the rest of it.
posted by jonpollard at 12:58 PM on May 27, 2002

Why? WHY? Is this part of the project to see if ants can design tiny websites in space...? What does it meeeeaaaaannnnn?!?!
posted by davidmsc at 1:02 PM on May 27, 2002

I got 27 in the space invaders. Then my eyeballs exploded from playing on a hi res 19 inch monitor. Ack. Not advised..
posted by Mossy at 1:08 PM on May 27, 2002

Finally, a use for the Windows Magnifier accessory.

And is this one of the biggest?
posted by HTuttle at 1:31 PM on May 27, 2002

Doh! Tried playing Pong... And my monitor is at 1280x1024. Ow ow ow ow ow.
posted by fnord_prefect at 3:41 PM on May 27, 2002

I had to scroll. I have the world's smallest monitor :)
posted by schlaager at 7:20 PM on May 27, 2002

I can't do the maze - I keep getting disoriented. But I did win money in the teeny tiny slot machine. The html version has pics of famous people - I recognize Jim Morrison and Elvis (I think) but not the others. Totally adorable site.
posted by iconomy at 8:21 PM on May 27, 2002

Amazing stuff. Almost reminds me of when high-concept conceptual artists design websites and end up looking like fools: "We create a site that fits the most information into the smallest space in order to draw a contrast between screen space and information space and blah blah blah and famous images still identifiable blah blah blah boring boring suck."

Except it was totally better.

(I did, by the way, find the Google box and the still-recognizable famous images the most interesting.)
posted by tweebiscuit at 9:37 PM on May 27, 2002

excellent, but my eyeballs, god, my eyeballs.....
posted by Frasermoo at 1:55 AM on May 28, 2002

1600 x 1200...totally useless!!

Clicking thru to the 'London Design Collective' homepage I have to say that it is so refreshing to see a young British design co. using tightly tracked Helvetica Heavy for their logo...
posted by i_cola at 4:40 AM on May 28, 2002

My new favorite site.
posted by dong_resin at 7:27 AM on May 28, 2002

...and if that isn't a recommendation, I don't know what is.
posted by Su at 7:47 AM on May 28, 2002

Just realized. I wonder what would happen if you viewed the place through Mark Daggett's Icon Browser. Gotta try that out later.
posted by Su at 7:49 AM on May 28, 2002

Kick. Ass.
posted by Modem Ovary at 9:35 AM on May 28, 2002

for the html & flash, kicking the magification up to 900% in Opera really helps. :)
posted by epersonae at 11:57 AM on May 30, 2002

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