Most of you have seen this video about the social media revolution at some point in the not so distant past. It was updated in June, and I watched it again at the Social Media for Nonprofits Conference in Washington, D.C. While the sold-out audience was heavy into social media, there were still murmurings from the audience about some of the statistics.
What stood out?
- Some universities have stopped distributing email accounts.
- If Wikipedia were a book, it would be 2.25 million pages and
would take 123 year to read.
- Kindergarteners are learning on iPads.
- eReaders have surpassed traditional book sales.
Take a look again. What caught your eye?