Tuesday’s Tools: I, Rearrangement Servant

February 19, 2008

For what might be the most random and unpractical Tool ever, I present Wordsmith.org’s Internet Anagram Server (or “I, Rearrangement Servant”). I suppose this would come in handy when you needed to be witty, or if you had a character in your novel who loved anagrams, or if you were a blogger trying to come up with intelligent things to talk about (did you know “New York Times” can be anagrammed to “Timeworn Keys?”)…but really this is mostly a timewaster if I ever saw one.  The page has recently been updated to display anagrams in title case caps (The Quick Brown Fox…) rather than all caps (WHICH IS REALLY ANNOYING) so, props to the anagram folks.

(More: Washington Post ->Hating Now Stops. Los Angeles Times -> Elegant Semi Loss. Fitting, no?)

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2 Responses to “Tuesday’s Tools: I, Rearrangement Servant”

  1. asdf Says:

    the internet anagram server / rearrangement has been servicing customers for over a decade and shows no signs of quitting. your blog appears to have serviced customers for a year and a half before being rendered obsolete. makes you wonder which one was really a timewaster

  2. asdf Says:

    the internet anagram server / rearrangement servant has been servicing customers for over a decade and shows no signs of quitting. your blog appears to have serviced customers for a year and a half before being rendered obsolete. makes you wonder which one was really a timewaster


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