[quote=Dr. Maddox url=http://www.onemorething.nl/community/topic/waar-komt-de-idiote-vertikale-infographic-vandaan-en-wat-was-de-eerste#post-2450982 time=1345439461]Doe eens? Wil ik wel eens zien. :sarcastic:[/quote]
The internet went from 569 million (9.1% of world population) to 2.27 billion (33%). We spend 4 hours a day today, 46 minutes in 2002. The number of websites went from 3 million to 555 million. In 2002 we mainly browsed with IE, now it is a rather equal mix of Crome, IE and Firefox. In 2002 we searched dumb things, in 2012 we still do (rather then bookmarking or just typing the url in the right box). Download time was important for music in 2002, now it isn't. Facebook is bigger than Friendster ever was, but it will die in the next 10 years. Many sites look slicker today, many American sites still don't. Borders, Tower Records and Blockbuster are bankrupt as they missed the internet train.