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The web in 60 seconds

Postby DaFoxx » Mon Sep 02, 2013 5:34 pm

http://www.cbronline.com/blogs/technolo ... 60-seconds

just what does the interwebz get through every minute ?

216,000 photos posted, 278,000 Tweets and 1.8m Facebook likes. That's just a few of the things that happen every minute on the web.

A brilliant new infographic from the people over at cashback site Qmee gives a taste of just how enormous and fast-moving the internet is today.

Google performs 2 million searches each minute and 72 hours worth of video is uploaded to YouTube within the space of 60 seconds, according to the infographic.It also reveals that 70 new domains are registered and 571 new websites are created within a minute online, at the same time there are 204 million emails sent.


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Re: The web in 60 seconds

Postby Aspman » Sat Sep 14, 2013 10:47 am

I wonder if that includes pr0n?
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Re: The web in 60 seconds

Postby rapier57 » Sat Sep 14, 2013 5:20 pm

You would, Sheepherder.
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Re: The web in 60 seconds

Postby Aspman » Sun Sep 15, 2013 7:07 pm

I don't think that number includes my pr0n, far too small.

People underestimate the importance of pr0n in the world. No pr0n no internet.

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Re: The web in 60 seconds

Postby dinowuff » Sun Sep 22, 2013 4:42 pm

I was at GrrCON last week, one of the speakers was talking about hacking on line contests and what not. He had an interesting power point. An Egg.

This is the Internet. An Egg

Then a picture of an cracked egg. The egg white was worthless shit on the internet and the yoke was the usable stuff on the internet. He went on to say that the egg white grows exponentially and the yoke grows at a more linear rate. Good talk!

Oh and now I know how I can get 1,000 VALID hotmail accounts for only $10 (WTF Russians have to eat too) And the best tool to use to dump all the mail from those accounts into a searchable format.
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Re: The web in 60 seconds

Postby rapier57 » Sun Sep 22, 2013 8:45 pm

But, that doesn't fit with Sturgeon's Law. The yolk should only be about 10 percent. The rest is just crap.
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Re: The web in 60 seconds

Postby dinowuff » Sun Sep 22, 2013 10:05 pm

True but Sturgeon didn't understand Accelerating change - such as Moore's Law
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Re: The web in 60 seconds

Postby rapier57 » Mon Sep 23, 2013 2:16 am

I think we need a new law that incorporates both Moore's and Sturgeon's. Where the crap keeps getting bigger and the good stuff keeps getting smaller. That would seem to reflect reality.

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Re: The web in 60 seconds

Postby dinowuff » Mon Sep 23, 2013 1:54 pm

We should create a wiki article titled The Taz Law!

Founded by rapier57

Taz Law states that most of the information on the Internet is shit. And that Internet shit grows exponentially. This is mainly due to the purchase of cats and camera/video devices. Another factor of growth is the ease of use of modern technology. i.e., any moron can now easily take a picture of their cat and post said picture to one or many of the thousands of social media/blogs/email/online storage sites.

Taz Law also states that useful information on the Internet is growing on a linear rate, but not as fast as one would believe. Even though new, useful information is available on the Internet; many times morons stumble across this information and copy / re post that information with an incorrect interpretation or via a script kiddie spam engine. Thus adding to the shit that makes up the majority of the information on the Internet.

CONCLUSION:
If you do not belong to the Tazforum and cannot log on to an IRC server, you are just adding to the shit
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Re: The web in 60 seconds

Postby DaFoxx » Mon Sep 23, 2013 7:27 pm

hahahahah
gave me a good laugh
AND pause for thought
reads well, and the net is in need of our direction :shock:

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Re: The web in 60 seconds

Postby rapier57 » Mon Sep 23, 2013 10:41 pm

Excellent! Way to do, Dino! Taz Law goes into effect as of now!
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and now ---- THIS

Postby DaFoxx » Sat Sep 28, 2013 11:25 pm

further to this, found a link elsewhere to visualizing a PETABYTE

http://mozy.com/blog/wp-uploads/2013/06 ... fographic/

that is one BIG storage unit, and I am aware we are looking to EXA bytes next

NEXT
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I could probably still get by on W3.1 set up on a sub GB HDD
cos I is that shit at this webz malarkey :mrgreen:
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