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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by okie362, Dec 7, 2018.
This graphic shows what happens on the internet in a 60 second period.
That’s pretty interesting. It’s still a little bit weird to me; this whole internet thing I mean. I mean, I almost exclusively use the internet for many of my needs. I mostly shop online now, unless it’s an item I need to see in person in order to decide on something I want to buy, like a sofa, fresh fish, or a jacket I need to try on. For the first 2/3 of my life, I used brick and mortar stores, the yellow pages, photo printing at the local drug drugstore, travel agents, and the card catalog. Now I rely on Google, Amazon, and OSA. And all from the comfort of my home.
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Nothing earth-shattering - 2018 saw more use of the various services offered than in 2017, which is what I would expect. No dramatic leaps.
But what happened to the listings for Spotify and LinkedIn?
That's pretty interesting but no surprise to me. My wife and I use the internet for pretty much everything in our daily lives and for our business. It is the way of life for the future.
Thank God for Al Gore...
I dunno, Netflix really leaped up there. 70k to 266k.
I noticed that as well. I’m wondering if there is a dramatic shift occurring away from cable / satellite TV.
Myself ... Lol
Maybe it's just "Chill"...
They got supplanted by other activities. Such is the way of the Internet.