Oh, the mighty Internet. Where would we be without it? Well, we wouldn’t have as many viral cat videos, that’s for sure. The internet has changed our world since it’s inception, and continues to do so.
This infographic presented by BestCommunicationsDegrees.com takes a look at the online revolution and how the Internet has changed the world we live in.
Source: How the Internet Changed the World
Google estimates by 2013 more people will use mobile phones than desktop PCs to go online. It’s not surprise actually, everything is going mobile these days.
Smartphones are a big reason for the move to mobile. In the last 16 years one billion smartphones have been sold. And the next one billion will be sold in just the next two years.
Check out the infographic below presented by Moovweb to learn more about the post-PC revolution.
The way we consume content on the internet has changed quite a bit over the past 10 years or so. It used to take almost 15 minutes to download one song back in the day, now it can take mere seconds to download some tunes.
Check out the infographic below presented by Torchbrowser to learn more about how web content consumption has changed over the years.
There is no doubt that Apple is one of the world’s most well known tech companies, however if you have any doubt, then seeing their success in numbers will surely put it out.
Check out this infographic presented by CaliforniaPhoneLookup to see what exactly is driving Apple to win.
Internet trolls are the bane of the internet social community, but only recently have scientists begun to really understand the effects that these individuals have on the rest of us. The best way to describe an internet “Troll” would be to say that some individuals develop online identities that are completely independent and often much different from their true identities. These people tend to become socially involved in chat rooms and other online social forums where they make offensive and antagonistic comments toward others. Trolls hold no regard for others because they feel protected behind the veil of their personal computer.
A study conducted in relation to the “Troll” effect was focused on the phenomena referred to as “Suicide Baiting.” This study showed that people were more likely to jump from a large building if:
- They were part of a large crowd
- They were above the 7th floor
- It was dark outside
In short, Trolls can and will inflict heavy psychological damage on you if you don’t recognize their tactics. Be mindful of these, and you will stay clear of these fiends. Check out the infographic below to learn more about the psychology of internet trolls.
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