If You Printed Twitter

The following infographic was first published by Creative Cloud of Cartridge Save on January 19, 2010. The image was so impressive that Mashable decided to republish it on the same day as well.

So, just for fun and in case you missed it, I decided to republish it as well for your enjoyment and amazement. You can thank the kind folks over at Cartridge Save for providing the images for reproduction.

Furthermore, when you consider that this is just one social media network, it truly is mind-boggling!

Can you imagine what Facebook would look like?

Besides the infographic, I’ve also included the stats that Mashable pointed out in their post. They are extremely intriguing:

    … the seven billion tweets to date are composed of 104,860,000,000 words, as many as 133,000 copies of the the King James version of the Bible.
    … it would cover 350 million sheets of paper, which is 37 times the number of pages used in bills introduced in the United States Congress since 1955.
    … the paper would weigh three and a half million pounds, the equivalent of 82 school buses fully loaded with 84 happily tweeting kids.
    … and did nothing but read tweets throughout the entire work day, it would take 2,912 years to get through it.
    … and laid the pages end to end, they would stretch 60,763 miles or two and a half times around the earth.
    … on an average HP Inkjet printer, it would cost you $24,500,000 to print in black ink or $55,606,250 to include the Twitter blue.
    … keeping up with the 26 million tweets daily would require 30 inkjet printers working around the clock to print more than 1,300,000 pages every day.

Infographic by Cartridge Save for printer cartridges.

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