Peacock maps of the internet

This is “a graph of how the Internet might look if you were a packet of data like an e-mail message. The lines show the paths you might take, network

This is “a graph of how the Internet might look if you were a packet of data like an e-mail message. The lines show the paths you might take, network-by-network, if you started at a computer in the U.S. and visited almost every known network around the world. The lines branch at each network switch or router along the way. It was made by recording the shortest path taken by test messages sent on May 3, 1999, from a computer in Murray Hill, New Jersey to each of the 95,800 networks registered in the authoritative global database kept by Merit Network Inc.”


Related Posts:

Process Problems Aren’t Just About Process

Triggering Change Using Three Words

Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE