Pretty awesome website that shows the visaul footprint a website has within the internet universe. Take a look and zoom out to see where we stand, Very simple computer program - but pretty awesome.
Mgoblog.com 's place in the internet universe
but the program doesn't do a thing when I enter a search term.
Looked up E11 and it is quite small relatively about ¼ size, but we won’t tell them as they have enough to b**** about. 8P
This may have been the most rediculous waste of time of my life. Even considering the fact I've been totally over served tonight, I can't even rationalize the purpose of such a stupid site. I guess you got me, I was dumb enough to click on it.
I dunno. Its my understanding that the size of the dot is proportional to the website traffic. Thus, you really see how small a chunk of the internet a site like this has compared to the supernova sized Google and Facebook urls. I thought it was pretty cool just for that sense of proportion. Plus, it was also interesting to see how large espn is.
I was probably too harsh in my comments, no offense to the OP, I just thought it was a bit over the top that a site, which essentially paints a pretty graph of the "size" of the site's popularity was "so cool." It is interesting to compare, but I guess it speaks to the complete insanity, that is the internet. So Facebook is popular, and so is google and ESPN, but mgoblog, and mgoblue are fractionally as popular......uh, yup, I could have guessed that.
total douche alert
Honestly, I'm kinda disappointed with the results here. With as many F5's that go around this site, I would have expected mgoblog to be on par with the googles of the internet world. Reality sucks. Still #1 in my heart!
Actually the way a visit is defined it doesn't matter how many times a user clicks F5 on the page since that would all be considered one visit as long as it happened within 30 minutes.
Though you're right it is disappointing if the metric we're interested in is page views.
Anyway you look at it mgoblog is a great place and has carved its own niche in the web.
Unlike the wife can't live without it.
Edit: Oops, maybe I should have click the link before I commented. Carry on!
it's still interesting.
How long until Brian catches Zuckerberg, Brin/Page down in the center of the internet universe?
We need more minions on our quest for world domination.
Is that shit?
My understanding is that the porn sites dwarf everything.
Would those be dark matter?
I think a useful add would be something that let you compare multiple sites instead of only being able to compare sites located close to the one you're looking at.
I couldn't find a legend for the colors. Am I an idiot? If I'm an idiot, what did I idiotically overlook?
Look again at that dot. That’s here. That’s home. That’s us.
Our posturings, our imagined self-importance, the delusion that we have some privileged position in the Universe, are challenged by this point of pale light.
what you say always cracks me up my man, the site sure in the hell looked like orbs in the universe......yay astronomy
You're just a regular Carl Sagan.
So there is life outside our little planet!
Not bad at all.
I guess they don't show moons like mgovideo.
it's a space station.
that that space station has a flaw in it that makes it vulnerable......hmm
Probably an exhaust port, no bigger than two meters wide
that we are bigger than the mother-ship.
This site definitely puts things in perspective for you, but I did find it intrguing that "mi.k12.us" is a planet of similar size in our local stellar neighborhood. I assume we're catching on in the schools then. Not too far to the south of us are "colts.com" and "voiceofsandiego.org". Perhaps a chance for colonization?
Good find, OP. I now realize that att.com is about to go nova and engulf my company's external site.
Everyone knows that the universe revolves around MGoblog.
Bigger than mgoblue.com. Impressive.
Three of the “moons” around espn.go.com are rivals, scout, and 24/7. I found their relative sizes interesting.
The Internet searches you!