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Spark camp trivia

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  • 1. TEXTING“has surpassed email,phone and face-to-face conversationas the main communication vehiclefor twelve- to seventeen-year-olds.” source: mashable
  • 2. REAL-TIME AD BIDDINGis expected to make up 8%of all digital ad spending in 2011. source: iab smartbrief
  • 3. At an estimated $8.5 million,Facebook’s purchase of FB.comfrom the American Farm Bureau Federation is one of the10 biggest domain sales in history source: namemon
  • 4. Google processes more than20,000 terabytesof user data every day. source: techcrunch
  • 5. Facebook bought Friendster’sentire portfolio of social networking patentsfor $40 million in 2010. source: gigaom
  • 6. NEARLY HALF of 25- to 29-year-old US adults live in a wireless-only (no landline) household.source: national center for health statistics
  • 7. “About 70 percentof the Facebook userbaseresides outside the USA.” source: onlineschools.org
  • 8. 90 percent of American adultshave a cell phone in their household. source: pewinternet
  • 9. “Every minute, 35 hours of videoare being uploaded to YouTube.” source: focus.com
  • 10. Despite Facebook’s Terms of Servicerestricting use to individuals 13 or older,more than 5 million kids under 11are reported to use the site. source: consumer reports
  • 11. More than 750 million photoswere posted on Facebooklast New Year’s Eve weekend. source: pixable