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The Internet of Things [INFOGRAPHIC]

This week at Cisco live, I shared that in 2008, the number of devices connected to the Internet exceeded the number of people on Earth. That’s right. There are more devices tapping into the Internet than people on Earth to use them. How is this possible? The infographic below provides a visual representation of the increase in “things” connected to the Internet. Tags: IBSG, infographic, internet, network. Infographic: A Cheat Sheet For Seeing What Veggies And Fruits Are In Season. If you’re the sort of person who buys cherries in the winter and asparagus in the fall, then throws a fit because they taste like dirt, these posters are for you.

Infographic: A Cheat Sheet For Seeing What Veggies And Fruits Are In Season

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