Anagrams live at the delightful hyperdimensional intersection of mathematics, language, whimsy, and art. Lodged in my mind for almost a decade has been the phrase "Harmonic Motel" --- a scrambled version of the letters that compose "Michael Morton", who also calls himself "Mr. Machine Tool". What great nicknames!
Long ago Morton implemented a clever algorithm to generate plausible permutations of letters for a human, who can then scan and select good anagrammatic possibilities. It's a wonderful example of IA: Intelligence Augmentation, productive man-machine collaboration to attack fierce combinatorial problems.
My (or more precisely, "our") best anagram discovery using Morton's program? Take "Supreme Court" and transform it into the topical message: "Corrupt? Sue me!"