Posted on Monday, September 2nd, 2013 by Maddie Slutsky
Almost 30 years ago the Internet didn’t exist. One Second on the Internet gives you a new perspective on how the Internet has completely changed the way humans communicate.
1o years ago, Facebook and most social networks didn’t exist. One Second on the Internet gives you a completely new perspective on how the web has completely changed today’s society. They show you in “one second” how many likes, tweets, Google searches, uploads to YouTube (etc) there has been on the internet. It’s truly amazing that in just a few minutes hours and hours of content has been loaded onto the Internet for everyone to see. There is so much to discover in just one second, and it’s hard to believe a single human being won’t be able to experience even a portion of what’s readily available to the public.
When you go to One Second on the Internet it’s a hard concept to grasp. They count how many seconds you are on their site and update accordingly. After a while it’s hard to scroll down the page to see the bottom because they give you the actual number counted out of every tweet, like, google search, and Youtube video uploaded. It’s almost frustrating trying to scroll down to the bottom. However this gets you thinking of how amazing technology has come. 3o years ago, the Internet didn’t exist. Now people can see videos of others from across the world, and instantly what any celebrity is doing that day. Anything is possible, and One Second on the Internet gives you the opportunity to see the world around you in a different perspective than ever before. So try it out and see–what makes you think?