Do you ever feel like the Internet is moving so fast that you can't get a grip on it? What if you had access to real-time data which showed what was happening in the cyberworld at any given moment?
Financial analysis company Penny Stocks Lab has unveiled a mesmerizing infographic which amasses the world's major websites and shows their activity in live updates, and the constantly-changing figures are startling.
The concept displays how many Twitter accounts are being created, how many hours of YouTube videos watched and even how many searches carried out on career networking site LinkedIn.
Click the animation to open the full version (via PennyStocks.la).
The number of files saved to Dropbox, the rise in likes on Facebook and the money being spent on Amazon are also included in the infographic.
In fact, there is a particular emphasis on monetization, with Google ad revenue figures also featuring on the page.
The graphic also tells you how much data has been transferred on the Internet in the time you have been looking at the page.
To see the infographic go to http://pennystocks.la/internet-in-real-time/