If popular websites were people, what would they look like?


Mashable’s Stan Schroeder recently posted this short blurb and image from comic artist elontirien on deviantART. The image truly captures the essence of these websites… so now you can put a face to the name!

Who’s the Bigger Nerd: Wikipedia or Google?: “If popular websites were people, what would they look like? If you’ve ever wondered, an artist’s rendering gives a really cute answer to the question.

Portrayed in the image, created by comic artist elontirien on deviantART, are Wikipedia (Wikipedia), Google (Google), Facebook (Facebook), Twitter (Twitter), MySpace (MySpace), deviantART and YouTube (YouTube), the last of which brought a smile to my face. Interestingly enough, Twitter is portrayed as a small kid; does that mean it still has a lot of room to grow?

[img property of elontirien; via thenextweb.com]”

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