Map of the Internet Imagines Web as Universe

Design News 08.06.12

How much of the internet have you visited? If you're looking to go exploring, Ruslan Enikeev has created a map. It took over a year, but the image shows a 2011 web universe centered around Google and Facebook, where each country has its own color, size matters, and a galaxy dubbed Pornland exists. We even have our own little corner in the outer rings of LinkedIn.

In other news, Brooklyn gets a pop-up pool and it takes 20 hours to print a house. See the headlines after the jump.

Infographic: A Gargantuan Map Of The Internet | Co.Design
Prototype of the Day: A Printer That Can Build a House in 20 Hours | The Atlantic
Brooklyn bridge pop-up pool by spacesmith + david brody bond | Designboom

(Image: The Internet Map)

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