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Sharing Photos, Watching Videos And Social Media – What Do YOU Do Online? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Sharing Photos, Watching Videos And Social Media - What Do YOU Do Online? [INFOGRAPHIC]

What do you do online?

In just a few years this has become quite an expansive question. Because, when you start to really think about it, it’s very likely that you do an awful lot online. Indeed, being “online” is now such a constant part of your day that it’s effectively become the norm. Perhaps a better question, circa 2013, is, “What do you do offline?”

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A Short History Of Major Internet Milestones [INFOGRAPHIC]

A Short History Of Major Internet Milestones [INFOGRAPHIC]

The history of the Internet is a many-layered, complex one, but Digital Trek takes a stab at mapping out some of the major milestones from the first email ever sent to the creation of Twitter.

The infographic definitely puts into perspective what has been achieved so far in the realm of digital, and sets up the framework for the milestones to come down the road.

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Internet Milestones, From The First Domain Name To The First Tweet [INFOGRAPHIC]

What began as an experiment turned into a technological innovation that transformed our culture, connecting people across the globe and enabling instantaneous communication and dissemination of ideas like nothing before it.

In the infographic below, Evevo documents major milestones in the history of the Internet, from the first spam email to the first tweet sent.

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What The Internet Will Be Like In 2017 [INFOGRAPHIC]

Since 2006, the number of Internet users has more than doubled to 39% of the world’s population.

Incredibly, by 2017 there will be an additional billion more Internet users. Who will those users be?

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The Incredible Growth Of The Web (1984-2013) [INFOGRAPHIC]

What was your first experience of the world wide web?

Perhaps, like me, it was back in the heady days of 1993, and the Mosaic web browser, which paved the way for the groundbreaking Netscape in late 1994. It was, quite frankly, amazing. A new horizon opened up right before our eyes. And we never looked back.

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Internet War Report 2013: Browser, Mobile, OS And Social Media Market Share [INFOGRAPHIC]

It’s all about market share, right?

Kissmetrics examined the current state of the internet based on overall market share in browsers, mobile vendors, operating systems (desktop and mobile) and social media.

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What Happens Online In 60 Seconds? Incredible Statistics, Facts & Figures! [INFOGRAPHIC]

You may have heard of the internet. It’s kind of a big deal.

How big? Well, stuff happens. Quite a lot of stuff, in fact. So much stuff, actually, that even when you break it down to what happens in just a single minute of the day, the numbers are overwhelming.

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Wow… We’re Now Sharing 2 Zettabytes Of Data Each Year Online [INFOGRAPHIC]

Here’s your statistic of the day: in just five years, the amount of digital information created and shared globally has grown 900 percent to almost 2 zettabytes.

I know what you’re thinking – what in blue blazes is a “zettabyte”? Brace yourself: it’s two trillion gigabytes.

Two trillion.

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The Internet: Then Vs. Now [INFOGRAPHIC]

In just one minute on an average day, 700 videos, 28,000 Tumblr posts, 100,000 tweets and more than 34,000 Facebook likes hit the Internet.

And with Internet traffic expected to quadruple by 2014, these numbers aren’t slowing down any time soon.

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A Day In The Life Of The Internet [INFOGRAPHIC]

There are close to two and-a-half billion people online around the world – this number has grown a heady 566 percent since the year 2000 – and 70 percent of them use the internet each and every day. As you might imagine, with that kind of presence, which amounts to more than a third of the global population, quite a lot happens over the course of each 24 hours.

You want some examples? You got it. Each day, an average of 139,344 new websites go live. An incredible 144 billion emails are sent and received. 500 million people log into Facebook. Hundreds of millions of tweets* are written and exchanged, and, perhaps most amazingly, 60 hours of new video are uploaded to YouTube every single minute.

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