Ever wonder how many people around the world or in particular countries use the Internet? This handy resource by Google provides a graph over time (1990-2007), allowing you to see and compare Internet users as percentage of population for a variety of countries. You can select by check boxes from a long list of countries and compare them to the world and/or each other. For example, in this graph of Internet users for the US, World, Bolivia, and Haiti, it is easy to see how many more in the US use the internet and how close Bolivia and Haiti are in Internet use (10.5% and 10.4% respectively). Once you select any other the graph automatically adjusts, which in and of itself is pretty funky. Check it out!

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