Thinking about the size of the Internet might seem a little bit silly. That’s why people make jokes about things like reaching the end of the Internet as though it’s the last page of a book. The Internet doesn’t have a beginning or an end and it isn’t a tangible thing, so how could we measure it? We might have a sense of it as a vast repository of information.
And beyond the millions of pages indexed by Google and other search engines is a part of the Internet sometimes called the deep web, a place those search engines can’t reach that’s populated by hackers, revolutionaries and more.
So we know that the Internet is really, really big. But what kinds of measures could we use to get an idea of its size? Asking questions like how many people use it, how many pages are out there and how can we conceptualize those numbers is a start.
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