This map of the internet by amateur graphic designer Martin Vargic was created on Photoshop, but not in the way you think.
Rather than doctor an existing ancient map, he drew the whole thing freehand from scratch using his computer.
The logic behind it? As he explained to the Independent, the map is divided into parts.
"The western part, the New World, is composed from two major continents; the northern one showcasing social networks, search websites, video websites, blogs, forums and art websites.
“All major adult-oriented websites, in addition to various warez and torrent sites, are located on the south-western continent."
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