Did You Know 4.0?

3,141 views

Published on

Did You Know 4.0

http://mediaconvergence.economist.com

Published in: Technology, Business
2 Comments
7 Likes
Statistics
Notes
No Downloads
Views
Total views
3,141
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
14
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
355
Comments
2
Likes
7
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  • Did You Know 4.0?

    1. 1. Did you know? VERSION 4.0 | FALL 2009
    2. 2. These changes are affecting the way people behave. Are you ready for the future?
    3. 3. Well over 1,000,000 books are published worldwide every year. A Google Book Search scanner can digitize 1,000 pages every hour.
    4. 4. Americans have access to: 1,000,000,000,000 web 65,000 iPhone apps pages 10,500 radio stations 5,500 magazines 200+ cable tv networks
    5. 5. There are 24 00 00 0 0 0 TVs in the U.S.
    6. 6. 00 00 2 are in 0 0 rooms bath .
    7. 7. When was the last time you read a newspaper in the loo?
    8. 8. PRINT CIRCULATION
    9. 9. PRINT CIRCULATION Newspaper circulation is down 7 million over the last 25 years.
    10. 10. ONLINE READERS
    11. 11. ONLINE READERS But in the last 5 years, unique readers of online newspapers are up 30 million.
    12. 12. This year, traditional advertising is in steep decline.
    13. 13. This year, traditional advertising is in steep decline. 18.7% 10.1% 11.7% 14.8%
    14. 14. Meanwhile, digital advertising is growing rapidly. 18.7% 10.1% 11.7% 14.8%
    15. 15. Meanwhile, digital advertising is growing rapidly. 18.7% 18.1% 10.1% 11.7% 9.2% 14.8%
    16. 16. 47% of broadcast television viewers say they’d pay for ad-less programming.
    17. 17. 47% of broadcast television viewers say they’d pay for ad-less programming.
    18. 18. 47% of broadcast television viewers say they’d pay for ad-less programming.
    19. 19. 47% of broadcast television viewers say they’d pay for ad-less programming.
    20. 20. More video was T uploaded IN THE LAST 2 months had O 24/7/365 than if airing new content been SINCE ( Which was when ABC started broadcasting. )
    21. 21. 10
    22. 22. The number of unique visitors get every month, collectively. These businesses have been around for a combined 200 years.
    23. 23. 250
    24. 24. The number of unique visitors get every month, collectively. None of these sites existed 6 years ago.
    25. 25. You’ve been Rickroll’d, right?
    26. 26. So have about 40 million other people.
    27. 27. 95% of all songs downloaded last year weren’t paid for.
    28. 28. Wikipedia launched in 2001. It now features over 13 million articles in more than 200 languages.
    29. 29. Makes the wifi at the local coffee shop seem really, really slow, huh?
    30. 30. Makes the wifi at the local coffee shop seem really, really slow, huh?
    31. 31. Not slow: Ang Chuang Yang of Singapore.
    32. 32. Not slow: Ang Chuang Yang of Singapore. He typed a Guinness Book of World Records-approved 160-character text on his cell phone in 41.52 seconds.
    33. 33. THA ABO 4 T’S UT PE SECO CHARACTE R RS ND.
    34. 34. THA ABO 4 T’S UT PE SECO CHARACTE R RS ND.
    35. 35. THA ABO 4 T’S UT PE SECO CHARACTE R RS ND. OMG!
    36. 36. THA ABO 4 T’S UT PE SECO CHARACTE R RS ND. OMG!
    37. 37. POP QUIZ! How many text messages does the average American teen send each month?
    38. 38. 2,27 2.
    39. 39. ABOVE AVERAGE: 217,541 Brady James of Los Angeles, California sent text messages in March 2009.
    40. 40. Nokia manufactures 13 cell phones every second.
    41. 41. Nokia manufactures 13 cell phones every 189 , second. since this video started.
    42. 42. Nokia manufactures 13 cell phones every 193 , second. since this video started.
    43. 43. Right now, 93% of U.S. adults own a cell phone.
    44. 44. Right now, 93% of U.S. adults own a cell phone.
    45. 45. But 1/3 don't yet feel safe using it for purchases.
    46. 46. But 1/3 don't yet feel safe using it for purchases.
    47. 47. Unless we’re talking about pizza.
    48. 48. Unless we’re talking about pizza.
    49. 49. $3 MILLION
    50. 50. $3 MILLION The amount Dell claims to have earned via Twitter posts since 2007.
    51. 51. In February 2008, John McCain raised $11 million for his U.S. presidential bid.
    52. 52. In February 2008, John McCain raised $11 million for his U.S. presidential bid. That same month, Barack Obama attended no campaign fundraisers.
    53. 53. Instead, Obama leveraged online social networks to raise $55 million in those 29 days.
    54. 54. Among larger U.S. companies, 17% have disciplined an employee for violating blog or message board policies.
    55. 55. i hate Ron, my big fat loser boss at BigCo. i’m looking 4 a new job. FRIDAY @ 9:34 PM POSTED BY ANN, umm isn’t he on your friends list? POSTED BY BIKEGIRL, FRIDAY @ 9:36 PM See you in my office Monday, Ann >:-( POSTED BY RON, FRIDAY @ 9:37 PM
    56. 56. Twitter played an unprecedented role in sharing information during the 2009 Iranian presidential
    57. 57. Twitter played an unprecedented role in sharing information during the 2009 Iranian presidential
    58. 58. All mentions of the disputed election were bumped from Twitter’s trending topics list when news of Michael Jackson’s death broke.
    59. 59. All mentions of the disputed election were bumped from Twitter’s trending topics list when news of Michael Jackson’s death broke.
    60. 60. Jackson, swine flu and Barack Obama have been this year’s top subjects for malware-distributing emails.
    61. 61. 90% of the 200 billion emails sent every day are spam.
    62. 62. 90% of the 200 billion emails sent every day are spam.
    63. 63. The mobile device will be the world’s primary connection tool to the Internet in 2020.
    64. 64. The mobile device will be the world’s primary connection tool to the Internet in 2020.
    65. 65. “The computer in your cell phone today
    66. 66. “The computer in your cell phone today is a million times cheaper and a thousand times more powerful and about a hundred thousand times smaller MIT in 1965)...” (than the one computer at
    67. 67. “So what used to fit in a building now fits in your pocket, what fits in your pocket now will fit inside a blood cell in 25 years.” — Ray Kurzweil
    68. 68. And now you know.
    69. 69. Credits & sources
    70. 70. Credits & sources
    71. 71. Credits & sources
    72. 72. Credits & sources
    73. 73. Credits & sources •Written by: XPLANE, The Economist, Scott McLeod, Karl Fisch, Laura Bestler •Designed by: XPLANE | The visual thinking company www.xplane.com •Photography: iStockphoto, Library of Congress •Music: “Home Tonight” by DoKashiteru www.ccmixter.org/files/DoKashiteru/15611 •Download source files: shifthappens.wikispaces.com •Copyright: ©2009 XPLANE, but open to remixing: www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/
    74. 74. THE THIRD ANNUAL MEDIA CONVERGENCE FORUM OCTOBER 20-21,2009 NEW YORK CITY http://mediaconvergence.economist.com

    ×