How long has it been since you picked up a Yellow Pages to find a phone number or used an encyclopedia to do research?
If it’s been more than a year, join the club.
Wikipedia’s main search page had nearly 280 million hits in December 2012 and that’s not counting people like me who google the subject, scan what’s available and usually click the Wikipedia page.
In fact, there are nearly 700,000 Google searches every minute.
Which is nothing compared to, 2.8 million emails sent every second.
But more than 10.5 million pictures uploaded to Facebook every hour.
When you say that of the 2.4 billion Internet users every day, 172 million of them visit Facebook, it sounds like a lot, but it’s a small percentage.
Still, 400 million people post tweets on Twitter, every day, the most-read ones being about entertainment.
It’s been less than 20 years since the Internet took off.
In the next 20, maybe the phone book dropped at the door will be just a memory.
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