Have you ever wanted to know what a word or phrase means? Have you ever wondered how you can make more flowers grow in your garden, or who wrote the book The Inn at the Edge of the World? Well, there is a brand new Social Encyclopedia, called Monalica, where you can find answers to questions like these and many, many more.
Monalica is the newest online social encyclopedia
that looks all set to become the go-to place to find answers to the questions that we all have, and it is all driven by its users. Whether you want to learn something new or add to the discussion, Monalica is free to use and it’s easy to use as well.
Monalica is not the stuffy encyclopedia of bygone years; it’s a social encyclopedia that anyone can contribute to. If you have a passion or an expertise that you would like to share with the world, then you can share it on Monalica.
Sign up free to Monalica and you will gain access to a rapidly growing source of definitions, explanations and discussions on topics as far reaching as movies, TV shows, and books, to organizations, people and places. You can also add your own topics and your own definitions to the ever growing Monalica knowledge base as well.
The fun part of Monalica is that is totally user driven, so you can have your say on topics, as well as clarify your understanding of words and phrases. There is also a community side to this project, where no doubt there will be some heated discussions on some of the definitions and meanings that are provided by Monalica users.
It’s still early days for Monalica, but that’s sometimes when projects are at their best. It means that you can get in on the ground level and become a Monalica expert. There is plenty of scope for you to share your knowledge by providing your own definitions and explanations. It also means that you can help shape the future direction of the online encyclopedia by making your suggestions in the “A Better Monalica” of the community forum.
Adding a new topic to the Monalica online encyclopedia is easy to do, and you can add images and videos to enhance your post as well. You could just provide a simple, two line definition of a word, or could give a more detailed description of something if you wish. Monalica is a social online encyclopedia so, within reason, the space is yours to use.
When Sir Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web in 1989, he envisioned a user-driven environment where anyone could share information and all the content would be created by users, not by a few technology giants. Monalica is following on from that principal by opening up the sharing of knowledge to everyone.
So, if you want to become a part of the Monalica online encyclopedia, or just want to see what it’s all about, sign up for free at the newest online encyclopedia
: Monalica, and let’s all share some of that knowledge!