What If The Internet Was Our World And Social Media Sites Our Countries?

Looking over numbers and statistic for social networking can get confusing pretty easily, whether its keeping up with the number of users on each social media network or the new ones that are popping every day. So that’s why the people at Flowtown decide to something about it by creating this infograph that represent the 2010 social media scene that pays homage to XKCD map of online communities.

Isn’t it a wonderful feeling that the majority of world is multinational in this case?

Where are you from?

Comments and Reactions

  • Tarakiyee

    This is just a lame copy of an old xkcd comic, but without the humour.

  • http://blog.thoughtpick.com Amer Kawar

    But that one is more *infography*, with actual numbers being the bases of the drawing. Personally, I like it. It's a cool way of visualizing those numbers.

  • http://blog.thoughtpick.com/ Beiruta

    I like it too! It gives room for imagination!

  • http://blog.thoughtpick.com M.Bamieh

    given how old the xkcd comic was (2007) it was about time that it got a face-lift.

  • http://blog.thoughtpick.com/2010/10/xkcds-map-of-internet-communities-2010.html XKCD’s Map of Internet Communities 2010

    [...] after Ethan Bloch posted his updated version of Munroe’s original map, which we posted on this blog earlier on last month, he went and posted his own take on the Map of Online Communities 2010 and it is LEGEND… wait [...]

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