A few years ago (in 2006), Bill Slawski posted an item on his blog on how many pages of a certain top level domain (e.g. .us, .com) were indexed on Google (you can find the article here). Since this is such a long time ago, I thought it would be nice to do the calculations again. In this post, you’ll see all existing TLDs (except for the internationalized ones), the most popular and the least popular.
Version 0.1 (21 February 2015) Download the source code here, or download the program (assembled for Windows) Desktop apps are dead, right? Not really by judging the number of stars Node Webkit has gained on GitHub. While most apps are deployed in the cloud nowadays, a lot of work is still done on our little local computers. Tools like text editors, markdown editors, games etc. are still mostly used offline.
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