The hitchhiker’s guide to the Internet: Incredibly detailed maps showing both the web and the most popular sites listed in countries.
- An internet map showing the world’s most popular websites listed by countries and grouped by region.
- Website category includes ‘Search engines’, ‘news sites’ and ‘social networks’ displayed in different continents.
- Daily Mail can be found outside ‘Tabloid Straits’ and has ‘Cities’ including DailyMailTV, Femail and You Mag.
- This map was created by Slovakian designer Martin Vargic for the purpose of comparing the popularity of the website in the future.
What would the Internet look like if it were placed on the world map?
It is thanks to the Slovakian designer that the World Wide Web can be seen in mapping form. The world’s most popular websites are displayed in high-definition countries.
Inspired by historical map designs by grouping different websites In categories such as ‘search engines’, ‘news sites’, ‘social networks’, ‘ecommerce’ and ‘software companies’.
These appear as regions and continents. While their color depends on the interface or logo of the website.
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Maps of the Internet: The World Wide Web can now be seen in a mapping format. There are popular websites listed in different countries. It groups websites into categories such as ‘search engines’, ‘news sites’ and ‘social networks’ (pictured).
The Daily Mail can be found in the middle of the map, near ‘Bandwidth Ocean’ and other nearby news sites.
Website section: Daily Mail ‘Cities’ including DailyMailTV, Femail, You Mag, Australia, Health and Automotive.
And the subtleties don’t end there: the features or services the website provides. including sections or content categories will be displayed as a city and a city
For example, the Daily Mail can be found in the middle of the map, near ‘Bandwidth Ocean’ and other news sites. Nearby, outside of ‘Tabloid Strait’, its ‘city’ includes DailyMailTV, Femail and You Mag.
Google, YouTube, Facebook and Netflix all appear on the map, as are Wikipedia, Amazon, and Apple.
The ‘country’ territory size is based on the website’s average Alexa web traffic ranking between January 2020 and January 2021.
There’s even a southernmost section labeled ‘dark web’.
Description: The features or services provided by the website, including their content sections or categories, are represented as cities and towns.
colors of different countries It depends on the interface or logo of the website. while there is still a section labeled ‘dark web’.
World Wide Web 2021: A map was created by Martin Vargic with the aim of comparing the popularity of future websites.
Popular: Google, YouTube, Facebook and Netflix all appear on the map, as well as Amazon, Apple and Instagram (pictured).
Internet Maps: Top 10 Most Popular Websites
- Google.com (USA)
- Youtube.com (USA)
- Tmall.com (China)
- Baidu.com (China)
- QQ.com (China)
- Sohu.com (China)
- Facebook.com (USA)
- Taobao.com (China)
- Amazon.com (USA)
- 360.cn (China)
Source: Alexa Web Traffic Jan 2020-21
The most popular celebrities and social network users are also listed as cities and towns in YouTube, Twitter and Facebook’s ‘country’, while mountains and seas are linked to relevant aspects of certain websites. Category
For example, there are ‘Brexit Shallows’, ‘Encrypted Sea’ and ‘Gulf of Webmasters’.
Close to YouTube and Netflix are ‘Channel’ and ‘Sea of Movies’.
Finally, the underwater ridge was named after the most famous internet and computer pioneer.
This map was created by Martin Vargic and inspired by ‘Map of Online Communities’ by Randall Munroe. It took almost a year to complete.
Vargic previously published three planisphere images between 2014 and 2015, although there are about 200 websites, compared with nearly 3,000 that are shown on Internet maps.
‘Inspired by historical map design. This project is intended to be compact. But it still comprehensively visualizes the current state of the World Wide Web and documents the biggest and most popular websites of 2020-2021 with many aspects and features. Mr Wajik said
‘In the next few years relative site popularity [is] Committed to change gradually, some older sites will shut down as new sites take their place. Thus, this map can provide an unprecedented picture to future generations. [the] the internet used to be
internet map including parts of the internet can be viewed at www.halcyonmaps.com