No physical address

When I was creating this website, I noticed that many companies typically display their physical address on their about us or contact us pages. I felt that this wasn’t necessary for my internet content-focused platform, as the Internet transcends physical boundaries—it’s ‘everywhere.’

Instead of featuring a map of my non-existent physical location, I stumbled upon a captivating image while searching for ‘internet around the world’ and ‘internet map.’ This image was created by an artist named Barrett Lyon and is hosted on his website, The Opte Project. I found it so fascinating that I decided to use this image and its accompanying legend on my contact page.

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.

According to this site, by 2017, there were 420 submarine cables in service that stretches over 700,000 miles (1.1 Million kilometers)

… also, Ruslan Enikeev, created another kind of internet map that shows websites 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,

Currently, the map has over 350 thousand websites from 196 countries.

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