According to the collected data, over 90 trillion emails were sent to 1.4 billion email users worldwide in 2009. About 82% of those messages were spam, and junk mail has increased 24% from last year. The year closed with some 234 million websites -- 47 million were created in 2009.
There were 81.8 million .COM domains, 76.3 million country code top-level domains (.UK for example), and 12.3 million .NET domain names. Web server Nginx exploded by 384.4% last year, while others such as Lighttpd and IIS fell by 72.4% and 22.1%.
As of September 2009 there were 1.73 billion Internet users on the globe, which is an 18% increase from 2008, and Asia accounted for more than North America, Europe and the Middle East combined. There were 126 million blogs, and 84% of social network sites had more women than men -- a valuable piece of info for you single fellas.
The stats continue, and each section is more in-depth than the glimpse I've provided. Do any of the figures surprise you?