From JESS3 is this video on the state of the internet. It’s essentially a barrage of numbers, but it’s fun nevertheless and it’s got some interesting morsels in there.
the earth is rotating in the wrong direction. :)
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Nice, but moves way too fast.
Yes. WAY too fast.
The above video clearly states the number of internet users all around the world and how many mails are transfered everyday and how many of them are spam. The flow of data over the web is way to high.
Nice video :)
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I love jss3’s stuff usually, but this just seemed way too inefficient and did not make up for the lack of content with enough entertainment.
I think this presentation is interesting, but the information presentation has a serious drawback: displaying a number, fading it out and then providing the subject is just not very effective, especially when a series of comparable figures are being presented. I vote for less pizazz and more useful presentation.
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