We write as much in a day online as all the books in the Library of Congress combined

Every day in the U.S., 3.6 trillion words are transmitted online in the form of emails, texts, social media shares, blogs, and comments. This is the equivalent of nearly 36 million new books. To put this figure in perspective, the U.S. Library of Congress, the largest library in the world, has collected 38 million books and other print materials since its founding in 1800.

In this digital age, more and more people are finding their voices and sharing their thoughts online. But all of this expression creates challenges, too. Finding what you’re looking for when you need it becomes harder with each passing day. Digital technology created this new world of information overload, and we’re going to need advanced technology like Entefy to stay ahead of this curve.