The anonymous posting app Secret offers a platform through which you can unload your confessions and tap into what others are thinking and feeling. If you've ever gone to extreme lengths to impress your significant other, you're not alone. Harry Potter fanatics, there's no need to be ashamed of knowing those wizarding spells by heart. If you've always wondered how long a reasonable potty break is or if your coworkers notice how long you're away for, you're not the only one.
I remember the 2008 incident, or at least a similar one the same year with a cable getting disconnected under the Persian Gulf.
Even though we’re living in 2013 and can stream entire seasons of TV shows in between banking and sending work emails on our phone alone, sending data around the world is not exactly an easy feat. Creators of the above map, TeleGeography, released an interactive version as well, so you can zoom into whichever portion and learn more about the underwater internet that most likely never occupied too much of your thoughts.


In fairness, Google mails hard drives when they want to move stuff around the US – even with their own optical network.
If pretending you're Rafiki from The Lion King makes you feel on top of the world, we say go for it.
Just don't buy 20 boxes of Thin Mints from your coworker's daughter during Girl Scout Cookie season.
Powered by its own proprietary technology, Mashable is the go-to source for tech, digital culture and entertainment content for its dedicated and influential audience around the globe. The internet exists how it does today thanks to the help of cables sunk deep into the world’s oceans. The bottom of the chart is home to a timeline of all the cables installed since 1992, while the globe portion of the map shows exactly between which two ports a line runs, as well as the lines’ capacities.
Never underestimate the bandwidth of a wagon loaded with tapes speeding down the highway (well hard disks now but you get the idea).


The network latency between countries is also displayed on the map as well, with Brazil generally getting the short end of the submarine cable capacity stick. Since they run across the world and through the oceans, you might be imagining the cables with a thick, sci-fi style diameter that you generally see sprouting up from or traveling through a spaceship’s infrastructure. Reproduction in whole or in part in any form or medium without express written permission of Ziff Davis, LLC. However, the submarine cables are only around three inches thick and are packed with just a few optic fibers, but they can manage astonishing data transfer rates of 40Gbps to 10Tbps — and they will only get faster. The map (seen below) not only shows all of the cables installed since 1992, but 12 new cables that are planned to be installed sometime over the course of this year.



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