While some people feel that the Internet is a threat to local languages, cultures, and customs, the truth is that the more users there are in the online world the more multicultural and multilingual it will become. Here are some cool infographics showing how versatile and rich the Internet is:

Top Languages on the Internet: English and Chinese are dominating the numbers of users but are not covering the globe geographically.

Source: http://www.languageconnect.net/blog/2011/09/top-languages-on-the-internet-infographic/

Social Media and Languages: Those social media sites which have been localized attracts people around the world.

Source: http://visual.ly/language-social-media

European Languages used in Twitter: The languages which are used in Twitter follow the country boarders amazingly strictly in Europe.

Source: http://www.fastcodesign.com/1665366/infographic-of-the-day-the-many-languages-of-twitter

A map of the multilingual Internet: the Web is becoming visibly more multicultural when people start using languages with different kinds of alphapets online.

Source: http://www.globalbydesign.com/blog/2012/07/12/a-map-of-the-multilingual-internet/

This is the Internet as we know it today. It seems to become more multicultural every day. And that’s a good thing!

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