This Is Your Brain on Too Much Information

01/07/2010 2:31 PM |

According to the recently published How Much Information? study by the Global Information Industry Center (GIIC) at the University of California San Diego, the average person living in the United States consumes a staggering 3.6 zettabytes of data every day. The GIIC study goes on to explain just how all that data breaks down, but since you’re busy and have much more pressing information to process, artist Robert Varga has created this helpful infographic.

Information overload Infographic

One day, all information will be presented as charticles and infographics, and we’ll be able to get our data consumption up to 10 zettabytes per day. (Neatorama)