The Internet we each see every day is an infinitesimally tiny sliver of the whole—the parts we have curated for ourselves, the parts our network of friends and family sends to us, and the sites that we have made parts of our routines. But beyond this micro-level editing, there are also macro forces at work: The Internet largely exists for and is created by the people who are on it. This map gives a rough idea of who those people are—or, at least, where they are.
- Here’s A World Map Adjusted for Each Country’s Internet Population_ (oddly-even.com)
- 42% of the world’s Internet users live in Asia (techinasia.com)
- The Map That Puts China’s Incredible Internet Demographics in Context (theatlantic.com)