Google’s Search Trends Globe Demonstrates WebGL, Australian Smallness

This globe showing the locations with the highest density of queries to Google is a neat demonstration of how WebGL can be used to make interactive sites. However, when you spin it around to Australia (which likely won’t work unless you’re running a WebGL-friendly browser such as Chrome or Firefox), you’ll see that there’s not enough query activity for us to even register. I guess that helps explain why we’re relatively low on the Google priority list. [via Official Google Blog]

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