Mind-blowing figures: how people use digital media

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The world-changing spread of the Web are charted on this interactive world map displaying figures from 1998 to 2008.

For more interative maps from Charts Bin on a range of statistical developments, including web users, mobile subscribers, and many social trends.

For a graphic of piecharts showing mobile use in various categories, view The Size of the Mobile Market, and see a world map of mobile browser use. These graphic are too small to read, unless you can use your browser’s zoom feature (CTRL ++) to increase their size.

Watch the story of how people use the Web today:

JESS3 / The State of The Internet from JESS3 on Vimeo.

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1 comment to Mind-blowing figures: how people use digital media

  • Indeed. The growing prevalence of the Internet is truly outstanding. This highlights the importance of evangelism’s digital outreach. A new Web site, SendingWord, helps churches reach the congregation via the modern communication/networking methods of email, text messages, Twitter, Facebook and digital voice.
    A church admin enters a message/scripture passage on SendingWord and the tool digitally distributes the messages to worshippers by whatever method they choose. A simple solution to a seemingly complicated endeavor!
    Better communication with the next generation of followers translates to a more engaged community.

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