In case you want to tune into the Internet video revolution and see what everyone is watching, check out The Internet TV Charts. IP Democracy blogged about this new website for viewing the top 10 videos from four major video sharing sites. Surprisingly, not every site has the same top 10, which makes me wonder why that is. Are users dedicated to using one site over another? How do YouTube audiences differ from Digg, Google and VideoSift? And, of course, how do we keep track of all that. Well, The Internet TV Charts are a start to unraveling the mysteries. There sure are a lot of unanswered questions about Internet TV viewing, which is probably what prompted the AP-AOL Video poll as seen in our blog post earlier today.