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What happens on the internet in 60 seconds?

21 Jun 13

It's Friday so Techday is going YouTube crazy, and during our early morning of procrastination, we stumbled across an interesting summary of life on the internet - all 60 seconds of it.

Taken from viral content website BuzzFeed, the short video answers all those burning online questions, such as how many people post Facebook statuses, or send tweets.

Without spoiling the video, here are a few snippets of information to give you a taster of what is in store…

• 695,000 Facebook status updates
• 98,000 Tweets
• 13,000 iPhone apps downloaded

Rite, that's enough. Check out the video below:

What do you think of the video? Do the stats shock you? Tell us your thoughts below

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