What percentage of the questions on Stack Overflow would you estimate you have read?
Has anybody ever mined the access logs and made a histogram of such information?
If the average professional programmer reads one post every five minutes during 6 hours of the average workday, they will have read 0% of Stack Overflow, accurate to about two decimal places
Stack Overflow is almost two years old with over 3.14 million posts.
That means that Stack Overflow has received a new post about once every 20 seconds (average) over its life (that rate is much faster now).
If you read Stack Overflow 8 hours per day EVERY DAY, without eating, bathroom breaks, or watching Doctor Oz...
and it takes about 30 seconds to find and read the average post...
This hypothetical superman has read approximately 17% of Stack Overflow. But they'll know NOTHING about the Most Common Worms in Your Gut, as aired on Dr. Oz. I don't know if that is a good trade-off, personally.