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Visualization: Nick Bilton; Data collection: Evan Sandhaus
Number of Links on the Homepage of 98 Top Web Sites
Bilton is a designer, user interface specialist, hacker, and journalist. He is currently Design Integration Editor at The New York Times and User Interface Specialist at The New York Times R&D Lab, where he explores future technologies that might become commonplace in years to come. This project visualizes the number of links on the homepages of 98 top Web sites. Organized alphabetically, they total 36,128 links, an average of 369 links on each page.