Thursday, July 22, 2010

Via Papilicious

Cool graphic that illustrates one of the main points in Cognitive Surplus, a book I'm reading right now. The amount of TV that people in the U.S. watch is astronomical. Especially when compared to what I believe is one of mankind's greatest achievements, building Wikipedia and organizing the information in the world. Makes you wonder what we'll truly be capable of in 10 years when the world is online, software and hardware is better, and people start to realize how valuable these online resources really are.