Monday, July 30, 2012


That’s the value of the time invested in the average Gmail account, given how many emails the average Gmail user has written (5,768), how long it takes to write the average email (one minute, 43 seconds), and the most recent U.S. Depart of Labor statistics on average annual salary ($45,230). In other words, if the average Gmail user were paid to recreate all the Gmail messages he or she’s ever written, it would cost $3,588.85. It increases by about $1,196 per year .You “spend” as much in Gmail every year as you do on your car. Your Gmail is worth five times as much as your laptop. Your Gmail represents over four weeks of wages. You store one old-school floppy disk (1.44 MB) of Gmail data every day

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