The Internet A Decade Later

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Recently a trusted web source published a very nice and informative graphic: “The Internet a Decade Later”.

The creators introduce us a graphically arranged process of rapid Internet development during the past 10 years.

The journey to past is very enjoyable indeed! The guys compare the “old” web and the modern one.
You’ll be amazed of the fact how rapidly the changes happen and how progressive we are today.

The creators are right – the growth of the Internet in the past 10 years is staggering!
In 2002 the users spent online 46 minutes a day on the average. In the current 2012 an average user spends 4 hours a day on the web!

There are 555 million of websites today, compared to 3 million in 2002! It takes 6 seconds for a webpage to load nowadays (compare to 16 seconds ten years ago!).

Please, check this nice graphics yourself! Go to http://www.bestedsites.com/the-internet-a-decade-later/ and enjoy!

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