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Netflix is Responsible for 15% of Global Internet Traffic and video generates most of the traffic via @Statista @MHalle

Netflix is Responsible for 15% of Global Internet Traffic and video generates most of the traffic via @Statista @MHalle | Design, Digital & Research | Scoop.it

This chart shows a distribution of worldwide downstream traffic, by web application in 2018.


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Farid Mheir's curator insight, October 11, 9:41 AM

WHY IT MATTERS: I reported in 2015 that Netflix + YouTube accounted for 55% of web traffic. Their share is down only because the other streaming video services are growing. Also interesting from this chart that HTTP (good old web browsing), now only accounts for less than 10%. This means video is the medium of choice, cable TV is on it's way out (so expect more growth) and 5G mobile coverage will be in high demand when it becomes available soon...

2015 reference is here: http://fmcs.digital/blog/netflix-youtube-55-of-internet-traffic/ 

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The future of Media requires more and better data infrastructure
 
Obinna Odenigbo's curator insight, October 23, 2:51 AM
Incredible how video streaming is taking over the internet with Netflix in the first position and YouTube in third.
 
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Netflix is Responsible for 15% of Global Internet Traffic and video generates most of the traffic via @Statista @MHalle

Netflix is Responsible for 15% of Global Internet Traffic and video generates most of the traffic via @Statista @MHalle | Design, Digital & Research | Scoop.it

This chart shows a distribution of worldwide downstream traffic, by web application in 2018.


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Farid Mheir's curator insight, October 11, 9:41 AM

WHY IT MATTERS: I reported in 2015 that Netflix + YouTube accounted for 55% of web traffic. Their share is down only because the other streaming video services are growing. Also interesting from this chart that HTTP (good old web browsing), now only accounts for less than 10%. This means video is the medium of choice, cable TV is on it's way out (so expect more growth) and 5G mobile coverage will be in high demand when it becomes available soon...

2015 reference is here: http://fmcs.digital/blog/netflix-youtube-55-of-internet-traffic/ 

sales@thefutureof.report's curator insight, October 20, 7:34 AM
The future of Media requires more and better data infrastructure
 
Obinna Odenigbo's curator insight, October 23, 2:51 AM
Incredible how video streaming is taking over the internet with Netflix in the first position and YouTube in third.
 
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Visual Libraries - Free #Images

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Father of the Internet on Tech: 'It Should Just Work'

Father of the Internet on Tech: 'It Should Just Work' | Design, Digital & Research | Scoop.it

Without the work of Vint Cerf, we wouldn't be where we are today. Let's hear what he has to say in a Google Hangout with Mashable's Andrea Smith.

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Ten search engines for researchers that go beyond Google

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Using search engines effectively is now a key skill for researchers, but could more be done to equip young researchers with the tools they need. Here, Dr Neil Jacobs and Rachel Bruce from Jisc’s digital infrastructure team share their top ten resources for researchers from across the web.

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Willem Kuypers's curator insight, January 12, 2:42 AM
Collection intéressante pour améliorer les recherches.
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need data or an article for a project ? here are search engines that go beyond....give you and edge...

Nevermore Sithole's curator insight, February 5, 8:29 AM
Ten search engines for researchers that go beyond Google
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The Storyteller’s Guide to the Virtual Reality Audience

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"As VR storytellers, we are charged with molding experience itself into story, and none of our storytelling tools have prepared us fully for that. As we stumble our way into this new, mysterious medium, we ask ourselves, “How do we tell a story for the audience when the audience is present within it?”

 

"Being bodily present in the story seeds the need to be active, to “do.” But how does the audience know what to do? And how do we take their needs and perspective into consideration? To even scratch the surface of these questions, we need to better understand the audience’s experience in VR — not just their experience of the technology, but the way that they understand story and their role within it."


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20 Options for Real-Time Collaboration Tools

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20 options for real-time collaboration tools for you to select from.

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Entreprise Peinture Deco's curator insight, January 3, 2014 3:20 AM
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Lewis Walker's curator insight, January 3, 2014 10:14 AM

Tools that can help make distant learning and other group projects workable.

lynnegibb's curator insight, January 7, 2014 1:26 AM

Some great tools for collaboration - lots I havnt heard of

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20 Useful Photography Techniques for Snapping Beautiful Pictures

20 Useful Photography Techniques for Snapping Beautiful Pictures | Design, Digital & Research | Scoop.it
There are literally endless of ways to take photographs. Since the digital single-lens reflex camera entered the market the Internet has exploded with photography trends and techniques.

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Damn You Art School

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Apps, tools, and resources creative professionals use to improve Productivity and Creativity.
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WordSift - for Exploring & Visualizing Vocabulary

WordSift - for Exploring & Visualizing Vocabulary | Design, Digital & Research | Scoop.it

Toolsuite for visualizing and exploring passages of text.

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Father of the Internet on Tech: 'It Should Just Work'

Father of the Internet on Tech: 'It Should Just Work' | Design, Digital & Research | Scoop.it

Without the work of Vint Cerf, we wouldn't be where we are today. Let's hear what he has to say in a Google Hangout with Mashable's Andrea Smith.

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Fake Text Message | Make Fake Text Conversation

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Fake Text Message is a tool to create a Fake Text Conversation and a Fake iMessage.


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The 120 Most Helpful Websites For Writers in 2016 - Global English Editing

We’ve created a comprehensive list of 120 of the best websites for writers in 2016. No more searching aimlessly around the internet.


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Sarah McElrath's curator insight, November 26, 2016 11:50 AM
14 categories for helpful writing websites--including grammar tips, literary agents, protect yourself, writers as business owners, and more. 
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The Future of Web and Technology - Infographic

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It seems that, more and more, science fiction is becoming non-fiction. While we wait on delivery of our personal jetpacks, at least we can already lo

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Eyetracking And The Neuroscience Of Good Web Design

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Companies like Google eBay and Barnes amp Noble are all integrating neuroscience discoveries into their web design. Here's how.
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The Visual Signature of Your City

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Social-media platforms like FourSquare and Twitter have been a boon for sociologists and geographers who now have entirely new ways of tracking how we move through cities, where we go, who we are, and even what we think of the world around us. There is one set of social-media platforms, however, that has been tougher to crack for useful data than others: photo-sharing sites.

 

Their metadata can illustrate where people take photos, and how active they are. But on the whole, how do you aggregate useful data about entire cities and the differences between them from the content of millions of photos on a site like Instagram?

Researchers have been working on this for the past year, and they've just posted some of the initial results from their Phototrails project here.The project is less an exploration of a specific research question, and more a first foray into what we might learn by treating user-generated photography as another source of Big Data.


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