By James Hibberd
Updated August 29, 2016 at 03:51 PM EDT

Hey, what are you doing this week? What are your friends doing? What is everybody doing?

Nielsen has an answer. The media analytics company released an all-consuming mega-graphic showing how we’re spending our time in 2016. Since TV ratings remain their core business, Nielsen likes to emphasize that watching live or time-shifting TV remains the biggest draw, but other forms of distraction have made enormous gains — spending time on social media is huge, and watching video on mobile and computers have made massive strides.

AM/FM radio, surprisingly, is still huge too. But TV’s own dominance depends how you slice up the pie — like if you combine social media on a PC with social media on a smartphone rather than breaking them into two separate categories, the social numbers seemingly now dwarf TV usage (assuming there’s no overlap between those two metrics).

Check out the chart below.