You Use These Web Sites Every Day. But I Bet You Didn’t Know These Mind-Blowing Facts.

If you are anything like me, you are on Facebook constantly, always refreshing to see what’s new from your friends or celebrities you follow. But have you ever wondered just how much new content is being posted every minute to Facebook? Or how many Google searches are performed every minute? This list here below gives you a really cool insight into just how huge some social networking websites are, and how much data they pump out every minute.

Email users send 204,000,000 messages every minute.

Facebook users share 2,460,000 pieces of content every minute.

Twitter users tweet 277,000 times every minute.

Google receives over 4,000,000 search queries every minute.

Pinterest users pin 3,472 images every minute.

YouTube users upload 72 hours of new video every minute.

Amazon makes $83,000 in online sales every minute.

Pandora users listen to 61,141 hours worth of music every minute.

Tinder users swipe 416,667 times every minute.

WhatsApp users share 347,222 photos every minute.

Vine users share 8,333 videos every minute.

Instagram users posts 216,000 new photos every minute.

Yelp users post 26,380 reviews every minute.

Apple users download 48,000 apps every minute.

About 408,000,000 emails were sent out while you read through that list, 17 of which are actual emails and not spam (don’t quote us on that totally made up fact). H/T: Elite Daily and Time Share these really interesting facts with your friends below.

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This Artist Expertly Mashes Up Celebrity Faces — Can You Guess Who They Are?

Celebrities are talented, celebrities are rich, and more often than not, celebrities are confusingly beautiful. While we’re all fascinated by their skills on the stage and screen, there’s no avoiding the fact that we’re also totally transfixed by their million-dollar faces.

And one Photoshop mastermind who goes by the name of Gesichtermix is no different. This artist’s incredible celebrity face mashups are unreal. We’ve all seen shoddy attempts at the elusive celeb mashup, but these are seriously masterful. Before scrolling to the bottom of each photo, try to guess which two beautiful faces are at play.

Ewan McGregor and Colin Firth

Kevin Spacey and Robert De Niro

Taylor Swift and Emma Stone

Mike Myers and Henry Cavill

Benedict Cumberbatch and Christoph Waltz

Ben Affleck and Daniel Day-Lewis

Jennifer Lawrence and Claire Danes

Natalie Portman and Scarlett Johansson

John Travolta and Tom Cruise

Rihanna and Katy Perry

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Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone

Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama

Robert Downey Jr. and Robbie Williams

Halle Berry and Jennifer Lopez

And last but certainly not least…

If you only got one of these, it was probably this. Poor Hillary.

(via My Modern Met)

How many did you get? They’re pretty amazing, right? Gesichtermix is the best, so be sure to keep up with these mashups on Instagram and Facebook!

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These Tweets Ruined People’s Careers… You Should Tweet With Caution.

Twitter is one of the most popular social media outlets out there. Whether you just follow others or compose tweets yourself, Twitter seems ubiquitous these days. While it is all the rage for maintaining a public profile, it has backfired for a lot of people.

If you aren’t careful what you are tweeting, oh boy, it can ruin your life. Just look at these people as examples and take heed to their tales of how social media ruined their lives. You might want to look before you leap (or tweet).

1.) Connor Riley was offered a job at Cisco when she tweeted “Cisco just offered me a job! Now I have to weigh the utility of a fatty paycheck against the daily commute to San Jose and hating the work.” Cisco employees saw the tweet and suffice to say, Connor Riley never had to worry about that commute.

2.) Gabriella Pasqualotto, a cheerleader for several cricket teams went to Twitter to give details about how poorly the players treated the cheerleaders. This angered team owners and she was promptly fired.

3.) Even if Rashard Mendenhall’s intentions were good, his execution of this tweet following the death of Osama bin Laden didn’t sit too well with most Americans – “What kind of person celebrates death? It’s amazing how people can HATE a man they have never even heard speak. We’ve only heard one side…”

4.) Damian Goddard, a Toronto based sportscaster was fired after he posted some oddly political tweets about same-sex marriage that got him in hot water.

5.) Australian Olympic swimmer Stephanie Rice lost her sponsorship with Jaguar automobiles after she tweeted homophobic slurs in response to an Australian rugby victory over South Africa.

6.) Larry Johnson found himself in quite a pickle after tweeting homophobic slurs and calling his head coach, Todd Haley out on Twitter. Shortly after, he was out of the NFL.

7.) Scott Bartosiewicz was fired for a simple misunderstanding. He worked as a social media strategist for Chrysler and accidentally tweeted profane language via their account when he meant to do it from his personal account. Whoops!

8.) Comedian Gilbert Gottfried was fired from voicing the Aflac duck after he tweeted insensitive jokes in the wake of the Japanese tsunami. While it hasn’t ruined his comedy career, you will no longer hear his voice when watching Aflac commercials.

9.) Nicole Crowther was an actress who worked on the set of Glee for a period of time before she started tweeting out plot spoilers. When show producers saw what she had done, they tweeted this to her, “Hope you’re qualified to do something besides work in entertainment.” Then she was fired.

10.) How could anyone forget Anthony Weiner? The man made legendary by his Twitter fiasco can never be forgotten. He tweeted lewd pictures of himself to his followers and has basically become the laughingstock of the political world.

Social media is a wonderful tool, but remember: whatever you put on it is out there for anyone to see… pretty much forever. So the next time you get a new job, try not to compose any terrible tweets about your new employers.

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