Every day, we collectively spend 133,000 years of time on the internet. That’s the web according to Intel.
Intel executive vice president Tom Kilroy is giving a keynote speech at the Computex trade show in Taiwan. He just showed the slide above. It shows that more than 500 million people update their status on social networks each day. About 500 million photos are updated every day. And 56,000 Hollywood-length movies are uploaded to YouTube. And three times more video is watched on Hulu than movies viewed in theaters.
This data suggests how fast things have changed in the past few years and it also tells you why Intel is bullish about the future of computing, whether that computing happens on PCs, smartphones or tablets.