Main | Sunday, July 28, 2013

The Internet Galaxy

Via the Daily Mail:
Imagine if the internet was mapped out like a solar system with the world's biggest websites represented by individual planets. But instead of the map of just a handful of planets that we're used to seeing when learning about space, The Internet Map, a website set up by a Russian data-visualisation designer, has in excess of 350,000 different planets which reveal which sites we click on the most. Ruslan Enikeev's fascinating website, colour codes websites from more than 196 countries with the hundreds of thousands of different sized dots intricately mapped out to precision.
Give it a shot.

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