from the fun-stuff-to-kill-time dept.
Jonathon Rubin writes
"This nifty government+corporation run organization,
CAIDA, basically around to build up a lot of stats about
the Internet, has made a Java applet that will show
complying backbones' geographical routes--kinda like those
pictures in the back of airline magazines, showing where
they fly. You can zoom in, see where each route goes, see
how much bandwith different companies have, and just
basically wonder "How DID UUnet get so big?"
Check it out here
[Warning: it's sorta buggy, and has trouble refreshing on
my PowerMac] "
Top Ten Things Overheard At The ANSI C Draft Committee Meetings:
(3) Ha, ha, I can't believe they're actually going to adopt this