Monday, July 30, 2007

World Wide Web goes underground

Following on from last week's post about the Periodic Table of the Internet, here's another interesting re-imagining of the World Wide Web, this time in the form of a map of the Tokyo metro. It was created by Information Architects Japan and I think it's almost as confusing as the real thing.

Unfortunately New Scientist is absent. Perhaps we'll have to create our own "map" of the web, just to get ourselves a prominent position.

Will Knight, online technology editor

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