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It Would Take 10 Years To Read All Posted Twitter Updates

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In case you needed more proof that Twitter was providing an absurd amount of MINDLESS CHATTER to a world that’s already overloaded with it, here you go.

If you wanted to read every single tweet posted in a single day, just ONE day’s worth of tweets . . . it would take you TEN YEARS.

That’s based on a calculation that there are 50 million tweets per day, and it takes the average person about 6.6 seconds to read every tweet.

So if you wanted to devote 24 hours nonstop to just reading tweets, you’d only make it through 13,091 messages . . . or about 0.026% of the tweets posted that day. 

Via (Death and Taxes Magazine)

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