60 seconds at the Internet

The Internet in 60s

60 seconds at the Internetsee what happens in just 60 seconds at the Internet. Facebook, Twitter, Skype, Flikr and many other great services generate so many interactions. The service Qmee created this information in 2013 and here you see the 2014 update.


Twitter had 278k Tweeds in 2013 and now we are at 433k tweets in a minute


There are 204 Million Emails in 2013 and luckily only 138.8 million Emails per minute in 2014


Great to see that the Email usage reduces


Infograpfhic – Internet in 60s

Here you see the 2014 edition of the infographic

60 seconds at the Internet


Infograpfhic – Internet in 60s (2013)

Here you see the 2013 edition of the infographic
Qmee Online in 60 Seconds Infographic
Online in 60 Seconds [Infographic] is an infographic that was produced by Qmee


60 seconds at the internetTell me…

Love to hear and read your ideas about this numbers.
Do you think all this is a positive development?


  1. Reblogged this on MichaelQTodd and commented:
    Very interesting Detlev

    1. Thanks Michael, greetz from Fehmarn island in north Germany

  2. what can I say…numbers really give you the idea..amazing!! Greta potential there!!

  3. […] 60 seconds at the Internet. […]

  4. Thats unbelievable!

  5. A really busy place!

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  7. Reblogged this on Milieunet.

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