Web codes, world-wide
April 21, 2006 8:57 AM   Subscribe

More map fun: The first world map of internet country codes. Large jpg here.
posted by hydrophonic (17 comments total)
Way cool. Just added the big JPEG to my Maps folder. Thanks!
posted by ZenMasterThis at 9:01 AM on April 21, 2006

That's cool? It's a map with two hundred extra letters on it. Hooray! (If you have a ccTLD and want to know the country it identifies, it would be far easier just to check the list.)
posted by Plutor at 9:11 AM on April 21, 2006

Gosh - they even have .im on there... I'm impressed
posted by Chunder at 9:14 AM on April 21, 2006

I agree with Plutor. I'm not sure why this would be considered cool or amazing or fantastic except as a photoshop tutorial exam submission or something.....but even then I doubt it would impress anyone very much.
posted by peacay at 9:16 AM on April 21, 2006

I like that .um code. Great for public speakers.
posted by LeLiLo at 9:20 AM on April 21, 2006

Arial? Seriously?
posted by jjg at 9:39 AM on April 21, 2006

Oddly though, .je (Jersey) is omitted, despite the inclusion of .gg (Guernsey) and .im (Isle of Man).
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 9:51 AM on April 21, 2006

Scratch that, it's there, convienently inscribed into Western France. My bad.
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 9:52 AM on April 21, 2006

lelilo, how about .eh? :)
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 9:52 AM on April 21, 2006

I'm just happy to finally put a location to .cx.
posted by Guy Smiley at 9:54 AM on April 21, 2006

Only one domain (dra.hmg.gb, for the Defence Evaluation and Research Agency) is still registered in gb (United Kingdom, although the letters actually stand for Great Britain, a subset of the UK) and no new registrations are being accepted for it.
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 9:55 AM on April 21, 2006

Plutor/pecay - I guess you just have to be geeky enough, or like maps. My order's in. Whether it would impress others was not one of my criteria.

Thanks, hydrophonic!
posted by bitmage at 11:08 AM on April 21, 2006

Call me when someone makes an (accurate) map via a google mashup, wherein I can type http://x.y.z and see, via satellite, the currently-registered location of that domain.

in the meantime, I'm napping
posted by davejay at 11:19 AM on April 21, 2006

hey, that's.... useful!
posted by BlackLeotardFront at 11:21 AM on April 21, 2006

... and still there was nothing for Scotland.
posted by scruss at 11:27 AM on April 21, 2006

I don't know how they could have chosen a less-useful map to put the country codes on. Relief? State boundaries? White on light blue? I guess if it was a nice, small, one-screen-size map they couldn't charge you $75 for it.
posted by mendel at 11:39 AM on April 21, 2006

.eh should really be the one for Canada.
posted by Kickstart70 at 12:45 PM on April 21, 2006

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