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[Infographic] Visualizing the Information Superhighway

Articles in Web Development | By August R. Garcia

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An infographic about the Information Superhighway. Contains data about which TLD sites use, what CMS sites use (where applicable, data on whether or not sites use SSL/HTTPS, and how long domain names tend to be.

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Infographic by 256 Kilobytes - Visualizing the Information Superhighway

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• [2019-04-28 18:09 PDT] August R. Garcia (2 years ago)
• [2019-04-28 18:09 PDT] August R. Garcia (2 years ago)
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Profile Photo - August R. GarciaAugust R. GarciaLARPing as a Sysadmi...Portland, ORSite Owner

August Garcia is some guy who used to sell Viagra on the Internet. He made this website to LARP as a sysadmin while posting about garbage like user-agent spoofing, spintax, the only good keyboard, virtual assitants from Pakistan, links with the rel="nofollow" attributeproxiessin, the developer console, literally every link building method, and other junk.

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