Internet of Things

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The internet is intangible, and because you can’t see it, it can be hard to comprehend its vastness. Image: Unsplash/Markus Spiske

Carmen Ang
Writer, Visual Capitalist
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A snapshot of the current state of the internet, as of April 2021. Image: Visual Capitalist
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The map highlights thousands of the world’s most popular websites by visualizing them as “countries”. Image: Visual Capitalist
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Top 50 Most Popular Websites. Image: Visual Capitalist
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