Yes, we all know the Internet is huge and it's getting bigger all the time.
But more important than its size is its impact. The UN considers the web so vital to communication, self-education and global participation that it's called Internet access a human right, in fact.
The web can be a barometer for how we feel about issues and events. For a long time, it's been a huge part of where and how we spend money, as well. It's also a battleground of the modern economy and is quickly becoming our de facto news source, too.
Here's a mammoth, interactive infographic that shows many touchpoints in the overall landscape of the web. It's even got a bit of real-time data thrown in, too. Click the image below to launch the infographic itself.
Author: / Posted: 13-07-2011