No physical address

When we were putting this web site together, we realized that most companies put their physical address in their about us or contact us pages.
We thought this was not necessary since we produce internet content, there is no need to have a physical location and, after all, the Internet is “everywhere”…  So, instead of having an image with a map of our location… hmm, well, this prompted me to look up the “internet around the world”, “internet map” and came across this fascinating image created by an artist called Barrett Lyon on his web site The Opte Project (http://www.opte.org -site is down at this moment), so, we used the image and its legend in our contact us page.

THE INTERNET 2015
This is the first major release of the Internet map since 2010.

… while searching I also came across an animation that shows the 550,000 miles of cables under the oceans that power the internet. (700,000 miles according to this site)

… also, Ruslan Enikeev, created another kind of internet map that shows web sites as circles, the size of each circle is calculated based on the traffic of each site. The coolest feature of this map is that is zoomable. You can “travel” in or out in this space that shows hundreds of sites. You can also search for the site you wish to find by typing, for instance, www.siteName.com.

Enjoy and please visit Ruslan’s site and donate to his non-profit creation.
Source: Ruslan Enikeev’s web site, The Internet Map