This wonderful illustration divides the world wide web city in three sectors - the first sector is like a posh colony of clean, entertaining or very useful websites, second sector represents the garbage dumping ground or spam, and third sector has sites that exists solely for the purpose of making money and add little value.
The most worrying part is that the spam sector is on the verge of overflowing.
Interestingly, About.com, owned by the New York Times, is treated in the same category as other Made-for-Adsense websites and discontinued blogs.
Wonder why there is no mention of porn or adult websites in this picture.
Source: irony.com [via Robert Gale]