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“‘Black holes’ charted on the Internet” (MSNBC)

Read the article here.

“Ethan Katz-Bassett, a graduate student in computer science at the University of Washington, and his advisor, Arvind Krishnamurthy, designed a program to continuously search for strange Internet gaps, when a request to visit a Web site or an outgoing e-mail gets lost along a pathway that was known to be working before.”

Hubble project web here
Parody from The Spoof! here.
LiveScience here
Fox News here
“Connected” interview (KJR FM) here
Computerworld here
Ars Technica here
Boing Boing here
Digg here
Slashdot here
Wired.com here
UW News & Information here

April 1, 2008