Wednesday, November 10, 2010

WorldPulse 1.3 iPhone and iPod Touch

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A unique application that lets you send electrons to all* the countries in the world that have high level internet domain names. From your iOS device you can reach out and touch every country in the world with a few electrons, then see how long it takes them to respond. You'll never have to leave home, but you can touch them ten thousand kilometres away, and see them respond.

By reviewing network topology maps, internet infrastructure, and running diagnostics to determined which educational, telecommunications, or government sites are actually located in their respected countries you will find that when you send electrons to Gibraltar they arrive in Gibraltar, not at a server in the United Kingdom, or at a cloud computing centre in the USA.
What's new in Version 1.3There was some data missing from the night time view near the north pole. We built a new night time image to fix that using the original gigabyte sized image data from NASA


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