A timely update of internet statistics, with commentary from Jeremiah Owyang at his blog, here.
The video was designed by the agency Jess3. Their blog is a fun place to spend some time — they do a lot of cool graphics and data visualization work.
Owyang’s commentary is interesting. His conclusion:
While the numbers help us track adoption now, the future of all these numbers is moot. In the long run, social networks as destinations will fade into the background (like air) and we’ll just be able to access or be guided by our friends wherever we are in life at any given time we want.
That’s another stab at describing the post-digital world we’re entering.
SUBSCRIBE VIA EMAIL
- 175 vs. 11,300: Tumblr, meet Yahoo!
- Media Brands Need to Be Inclusive of The Market Influencers, Regardless of Their Identity
- Mobile Users Are Becoming More Valuable To Advertisers, Research Shows
- Media & Information M&A reflects a growing consensus on the drivers of value
- How Can The Sandy Hook Atrocity Happen? A Statistical Look at the Perpetrators of School Violence
Your recent pages:This is how you got here... The Media Transformation > The scale of the Internet, 2009