The Internet is a large, global expanse with billions of people, in fact 2.5 billion people inhabit the Internet. So more than a quarter of our seven billion people on the planet are online. But, as with so many things, Internet usage is not evenly dispersed. How would the world look if countries were as big as their online populations? The folks at Information Geographies recently released a new map that reorganizes country sizes by their Internet population. This fascinating map shows a few things one might expect; a bulbous China and Unites States, for starters. Japan is much larger in size than the reality of the island nation and Australia is a shriveled dollop compared to the real continent. And Africa? It’s much, much smaller. Africans currently makes up 7 percent of total Internet users across the planet, according to a Q2 2012 statistic from the Miniwatts Marketing Group.