Every day, trillions of words are transmitted online in one digital form or another. Emails, texts, social shares, blogs, comments, and so forth. On the one hand, it’s great that so many people are finding their voices and sharing their thoughts. On the other, it’s getting harder and harder to find what you’re looking for among all those words.
In this video enFact, we examine just how chatty everyone has become by comparing our digital words to the contents of the world’s largest library, the Library of Congress.
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