Friday, August 14, 2009

too busy to think about right now.

Woodstock: 500,000 attended and it defines a generation.

1969 pop. 200,000,000

.25 percent, one-quarter of a percent of total U.S. attended Woodstock.

how does this compare to percentage who contribute to social media or Wikipedia?

I've seen stats that say, 1% of users contribute to Wikipedia. I've also seen stats that say a small percentage of users contribute the majority of social media content.

just wondering if throughout history whether a small percentage of people dictate what the rest of use feel, think or believe.

maybe this is normal behavior.