Internet Geography

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a collection of ways to visually organize and explore the internet

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Aerial Data Visualisation Reveals Life In The United States

PBS is exploring the hidden patterns and rhythms that make America work. They are taking this data and visualizing it in a series being called, “America Revealed.”

What the Internet really looks like: Each yellow line is one of the major fiber-optic cables that carry Internet traffic around the world. These are the 'plumbing' of the internet, and many are routed undersea

Beautiful, Intriguing, and Illegal Ways to Map the Internet

Calling the Internet "cyberspace" implies a geography, or at least a spatial aspect. And where there is a spatial aspect, there will be maps.

Surprising map of the Internet shows tiny U. and huge mystery island Kellen Beck,Mashable

Surprising map of the Internet shows tiny U.S. and huge mystery island

You've probably never even heard of the place with the most local domain registrations.

What Is the Shape of the Internet? is a site by Noah Veltman that compiles representations of the Internet from patent drawings. The drawings range from Web Internet, Internet Router, Patent Drawing, Wall Decor Pictures, Charts And Graphs, Poster Prints, Art Prints, Information Design, Wall Art Decor

What shape is the internet?

According to patent drawings, it's a cloud, or a bean, or a web, or an explosion, or a highway, or maybe a weird lump.

BI Science: Animated map shows the undersea cables that power the internet Economic Geography, Social Studies, Social Media, Computer Network, Physical Science, Big Data, Viral Videos, Need To Know, American History

Undersea Cables Power The Internet

Every time you visit a web page or send an email, data is being sent and received through an intricate cable system that stretches around the globe. Since th...

Location of physical conduits for networks considered in the continental United States, from InterTubes: A Study of the US Long-haul Fiber-optic Infrastructure (PDF) by Ramakrishnan Durairajan

This Map of the US Internet Was Never Public Until Now

It's all thanks to the hard work of researchers.

"This map shows the total number of Internet users in a country (size of the country) as well as the percentage of the population that has Internet access (shade of the country)." Looks similar to a 2014 visualization by other researchers.

8 maps that show how unequal internet access is

The above map from the Oxford Internet Institute gives an interesting insight into the current spread of internet access around the world. Each hexagon represents 470,000 people connected to the internet. The shades show the overall percentage of the

The 'Largest Crowdsourced Drawing' In Existence Attempts To Illustrate The Entire Internet

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8 maps that show how unequal internet access is

The above map from the Oxford Internet Institute gives an interesting insight into the current spread of internet access around the world. Each hexagon represents 470,000 people connected to the internet. The shades show the overall percentage of the

Wit and Wisdom of an Engineer: Global Internet Geography. Global Internet Map good information design. Internet Map, Internet Usage, Information Visualization, Data Visualization, Information Design, Information Graphics, Topography Map, Infographic, Cards

Beautiful, Intriguing, and Illegal Ways to Map the Internet

Calling the Internet "cyberspace" implies a geography, or at least a spatial aspect. And where there is a spatial aspect, there will be maps.

Calling the Internet "cyberspace" implies a geography, or at least a spatial aspect. And where there is a spatial aspect, there will be maps. Open Data, Interactive Map, Gaming Computer, Geography, Science, February 2015, Flag, Science Comics

Beautiful, Intriguing, and Illegal Ways to Map the Internet

Calling the Internet "cyberspace" implies a geography, or at least a spatial aspect. And where there is a spatial aspect, there will be maps.

ARPANET logical map circa 1977 The Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET) was an early packet switching network and the first network to implement the protocol suite TCP/IP. Research Projects, Science Projects, Black Mirror, Illinois, Der Plan, Pli, Web Browser, Founding Fathers, Social Media

Beautiful, Intriguing, and Illegal Ways to Map the Internet

Calling the Internet "cyberspace" implies a geography, or at least a spatial aspect. And where there is a spatial aspect, there will be maps.

Calling the Internet "cyberspace" implies a geography, or at least a spatial aspect. And where there is a spatial aspect, there will be maps.

Beautiful, Intriguing, and Illegal Ways to Map the Internet

Calling the Internet "cyberspace" implies a geography, or at least a spatial aspect. And where there is a spatial aspect, there will be maps.