Check out this undersea map of the internet! Such a cool article – thank you fastcodesign.com
See some snips of the article below.
They seem so brittle. Cables that are a little more than two inches thick line our ocean floors, culminating in over half a million miles in length, transmitting terabytes of data across the globe every second. What about satellites? As of 2006, they represented just 1% of telecommunications traffic. Most of our information flows through these underwater pipes, laid by ships off gigantic spools.
If you’d like a map of your own, 36-by-50-inch prints are available now for $250.