Although there remains to be no clear indication of where the new media revolution will take us and what the implications will be--how we consume, digest, generate, and exchange information is rapidly changing how we live our daily lives. Thinking back only to about five to six years ago: pre-social networks, pre-smart phones, and pre-mobile tablets, no one can deny that the digital information age has altered, how we think, how we seek information, how we create, how we solve problems, and even how our brains are wired.
Have a watch at the video (below) by The Economist. They released this researched information only in 2009; but perhaps along all the wonders that you'll pick up watching the footage, one of the big questions that you might ask is: Which stats offered here are already outdated? (Video after the jump).