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I wonder what made them want to make this one, but it's -they say- the world's smallest website. I was amused to see a cute small thing sitting neatly right in the center of the monitor. The website of 22 x 22 pixels first allows you to choose between HTML and Flash. The contents are rich. I can't understand the haiku, though. The "PONG" game is cool and reminds me of the one I played some 25 years ago.

It's like a mini toy box. I liked minituares when I was a kid. Ah, you may need a bit of clicking technique (or concentration and perseverance) to enjoy the site.

-- via 100SHIKI (Japanese)


Wow, that is tiny! My eyes are straining so I give up! Nice idea though. Perhaps someone should make a website that only has 1 pixel of (randomly generated) colour :P

atama ga itai!

the haikus, well i couldn't read them, so yeah I guess I didn't understand them either :)

Yeah, that's bad for your eyes. :)

Haiku is, today, a 17-syllable verse form consisting of three metrical units of 5, 7, and 5 syllables

Yikes! Even the Pac-Man game works within limits. What does this look like on those cell phones?