[Editor’s note: think of Dorling Cartograms but as tag clouds. Republished from ByteLevel.com. Thanks Aly!]
A whole new way of looking at the world
At the end of every URL and email address is a top-level domain (TLD). Although .com is the world’s most popular TLD, it is far from alone. There are more than 260 TLDs in use around the world, most of which are country code top-level domains (ccTLDs). The Country Codes of the World map includes 245 country codes, which encompasses all United Nations countries as well as numerous islands and territories. Each two-digit code is aligned over the country it represents and is color coded with the legend below for quick and easy reference.
High-quality print, suitable for framing
The map measures 24 inches by 36 inches and is printed on high-quality, 80 lb. uncoated cover stock with a one-inch margin to accommodate most frames.
Each ccTLD is sized relative to the population of the country or territory, with the exception of China and India, which were restrained by 30% to fit the layout. At the other end of the spectrum, the smallest type size used reflects those countries with fewer than 10 million residents.
This map is an excellent resource for managers of global Web sites and global marketing executives. And because there are no country borders, this map has been proven by teachers to be a valuable tool for teaching world geography.
Bulk orders. Media requests.
One company recently ordered more than a hundred copies for its global Web teams — and saved money by ordering in bulk. If you would like a price quote, please contact John Yunker.
We’re also happy to send sample copies to qualified members of the media.
Map conceived and designed by John Yunker
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