Internet Explorer allows to swipe to logically next or previous content. Say, for example, you come to a blog and read a blog post. You may want to check out the previous or next post, but have never been to those pages (so they're not in your browser history and not reachable thru next/back buttons or gestures) - now IE introduced a small piece of markup: to use swipe left/right to navigate to those pages. What pages that are is entirely up to the page's author. Sadly, this is only supported in IE but I like the feature and find it extremely nice, so I thought about implementing a tiny JS library to bring this to all browsers. I wondered if it's a good idea to mess with one finger swipe gestures, so I decided to resort to two finger swipe gestures, in hope that there may form a convention eventually (I know that for now, I sacrifice a bit of usability and intuitivity here) Read a bit more at [my corresponding blog post](http://ox86.tumblr.com/post/74714078902/flip-ahead-browsing-and-a-js-polyfill) if you like or look at the sample code below... I would love to get some feedback on this!