This is the Map of the Internet taken from the perspective of a single computer. It’s done by the Opte.org project. I read about it in the New Scientist. “Each colour on this Opte map represents a region; North America, blue; Europe/Middle East/Central Asia/Africa, green; Latin America, yellow; Asia Pacific, red; Unknown, white. (Image: Opte.org)”
It looks a lot like a Neuronal Map of the Brain. The Brain is composed of Neurons which link to other Neurons, which is like how the Internet is composed of Computers that link to other Computers.