Internet User Counter

AMD has a cute page at its 50×15 project, which has counters with estimated counts of the world population and the estimated number of Internet users. The user number grows a lot faster than the population number.

50×15's purpose is to draw attention to the hope that half the planet will be connected by 2015 — a status that AMD says on current trends won't happen until 2030 unless someone ramps things up.

As of this posting, world population is about 6,607,372,000; internet usage about 1,140,247,000; and penetration at 17.25%. [corrected]

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2 Responses to Internet User Counter

  1. A friend of mine who spent a month on a remote island, population 500, in the Marianas told me that the inhabitants two biggest desires were to get regular visits by a physician, and to get high speed Internet access. At about the same priority, my friend guessed.

  2. SEO says:

    Penetration now at 17.26% – Looks like a bunch of people forgot to pay their internet bill lol 🙂

    Interesting project however

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