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.