More Site Graphs

I thought I’d have a little more fun with the website graphs and have plotted some competing sites against each other:

First Google (left) vs Yahoo (right) – very interesting to see how simple Google keep their homepage in comparison to Yahoo


Secondly the battle of the tech blogs – Engadget (left) vs Gizmodo (right)


And lastly a little friendly inter-blog network rivalry – 9rules (left) vs b5media’s (right) home pages – of course 9 rule’s has the prettier one :-)


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  1. Duncan says:

    Yes, but the b5media one is deeper :-)

  2. Mike Ralph says:

    Throwing a load error for me, or am i missing something?

  3. Jamsi says:

    Pretty vs deep … hmmm :-P

    /puts on flame suit

  4. Haha. It’s like Google vs Yahoo ;-)

  5. Jamsi says:

    Except we already know who has the upper hand Jeremy ;-)

  6. Darren Rowse says:

    just different strategies for the home page as far as I can see.

  7. Duncan says:

    Yeh Jamsi, Deep must equal business model :-)

  8. Mike Rundle says:

    I totally disagree Darren, I think the b5 one is much hotter…. reminds me of some cool cellular automata stuff I used to be jazzed about back in college lol.

  9. Mike…. Heh… This is a no-spin zone. :)


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