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My original doohickey in the upper-right corner of my pages was a Flash interface for my portfolio. It doesn't do anything now, so if you have any ideas for it please let me know in the comments!
For those of you looking for the code to do it, the relevant nugget is this:
rad = dir * Math.atan2(obj.data('_y') - _ymouse, obj.data('_x') - _xmouse)
What this means is, take the x and y coordinates of the center of the thing we've clicked on and subtract them from the page coordinates, then take the atan of those x,y coordinates, which will return the angle represented by those coordinates in radians. Then use CSS3 to rotate your image by that much. That's it!
Doesn't it sound like I know what I'm talking about?