I have become an avid observer of the site, and I have learned a ton so far (still mustering up a few questions, but that's another story...). I've been trying to keep an eye on things from the perspective of someone that's had a moderate amount of experience on the Exchange, with a fair handle for what constitutes on- and off-topic questions.
Now, I'm not calling anyone out, I'm just trying to edify my own skills here, and maybe get a bit of clarification, but could someone point out why What is the growth rate of the world wide web? is on topic here?
Knowing that this site wants to be the go-to spot for CS questions, how does this fit into that framework? It seems like it could be something that's on topic for the Webmaster's site, or a similar venue. I fail to see how it advances algorithms, data structures, optimization, Theory of Computation, or any other sub-areas. Perhaps I am overlooking something obvious.
Again, a fine question, and one that might otherwise be constructive, but I'm not completely confident it belongs here.