Track the Progress of the Internet in Real Time

Posted by Jim Tanous on June 3, 2014
Internet in Real-Time

Part productivity motivator and part social experiment, The Internet in Real-Time is a very cool live look at how the Web grows from second-to-second. The folks at PennyStocksLab created the tool to track 23 online metrics, counting the number of Tweets, the number of emails sent, the number of hours of Netflix video watched, and so on.

The numbers start counting as soon as you load the page, and it’s a neat way to see just how much the World Wide Web moves in the seconds, minutes, or hours that you keep the page open.

You can check it out now, but whether it’s viewed as motivating or depressing is up to you.

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