The scale of information of the Internet is growing at an incomprehensible rate. Similar to the mystifying size of planets and stars.
If one byte, the unit of data with which we program everything online (a byte is the unit most computers use to represent a character such as a letter or number), is equal to the largest bacteria on earth (0.5 mm), what would be the length of the Internet? How big are emails, software, applications, hard drives and HD videos?
This infographic will help you translate the amount of data on the Internet into relative size comparisons.
How much data is on the internet?