Wednesday, 15 July 2015

What The World Looks Like Based On Numbers Of Internet Users

The Oxford Internet Institute made a map which portrays what the world looks like when based purely on each country's respective Internet population.

In the map, which if you look close enough is actually made up of little hexagons, each hexagonal blip represents approximately 470,000 people online. Some countries balloon in size. Others have disappeared altogether.

1 comment(s):

Patrick said...

Ah, so Canada is now part of the USA, yes?