America Hungry, Need Data:
According to a new study by the University of California, San Diego, from 1980 through 2008 the total number of bytes bitten by Americans has upped by 6% per year and now stands at an incredibly huge sounding 3.6 zettabytes. (Or one billion trillion bytes, if that's easier to imagine.)
Here we break down what 3.6 zettabytes--or 34 gigabytes a day--means in terms of daily consumption.
[Data via Bits]
Infographic: Rob Vargas