The History of Social Collaboration

A generation ago, only a select few could send messages “online.” (And those messages consisted primarily of light green text on a black screen.)

Today, a short forty years later, no longer do people need to wait for the morning paper, or for the late night news to find out what is happening in the world because the same basic technology that allowed those first green messages to grace the screen have now evolved to a point that almost everyone on the planet has the internet in their pocket and immediate access to all of their friends, colleagues and news via Twitter and Facebook. HighQ’s interesting infographic, charting the growth of social communication over the last 4 decades, really puts this all in perspective, doesn’t it?

An infographic brought to you by HighQ

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