Not too long ago, books were the best source of credible information. In particular, reference books, like almanacs and encyclopedias, were hailed as the most credible resources for research papers, school projects, and anything else that required tried-and-true factual information.
These days, the internet has changed a lot about the ways in which we obtain information. We no longer rely solely on books as credible sources of information. In fact, even libraries are jam-packed with people using computers to surf the web!
The beauty of the internet is that it’s updated constantly and it’s available to a huge portion of the global population. Of course, not everyone currently has internet access, but according to Wikipedia, about half of the world population does!
Since the creation of the internet, information is widely available online. Not only is it accessible via computer, but also via a host of mobile devices. Before too long, the internet will be accessible to everyone, everywhere.
Stories by Global Authors
Now that people like you and me who live all over the world have access to the internet, it creates opportunities to share life stories, information, ideas, and like humans have never been able to before.
Peoplepedia not only embraces this development but invites you to participate in the movement! Our website is entirely comprised of autobiographies written by people all over the world. These stories by global authors help us to achieve our mission.
The mission of Peoplepedia is to create...