The Internet is massive, we know. But DOMO, a Utah-based company offering highly customized information management suites for executives, delivers some fun if staggering data. The best--or at least friendliest--way to look at something enormous is to break it down into smaller pieces. Examine a smaller piece and extrapolate from there--so you can build the big picture.
DOMO breaks Internet activity down to a single minute. Here's what happens in a single minute on the Internet: 240 million emails, 4M Google searches, 2.5M Facebook shares, 48K app downloads, 72 hours of videos. (That last one is a brain twister--72 hours of video are uploaded in just a minute! That's a lot of hours squeezed into a minute.) By the way, there are 1,440 minutes in a day.
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