SOS, graphed

There are a lot of interesting utilities to be found out on the web.

Some of them are even useful.

Just for fun, I thought I’d show you the output of one of them that I ran against this site. This particular utility generates a graph, showing the structure of whatever web page you give it. Here’s what the SOS homepage looks like (at least, what it looked like a few days ago):

SOS Graph

If you’ve got a web site, why you don’t you run the utility on it and let the rest of us know what it comes up with?

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0 Responses to SOS, graphed

  1. c17h27no3 says:

    Oohhh, Sam, what a beautiful site you have!

    Can you name that molecule?

    – Mark

  2. Sam Wise says:

    Gee, thanks — I thought it looked kind of pretty, too! If someone could actually conjure up a molecule that looked even vaguely like this, I’d be amazed — some of the nodes have WAY too many cross-links for any atoms I’m aware of.

    But then, my chemistry is a bit rusty these days…