“There are millions of people like me. And so, if you can just go on Google and Wikipedia and find these amazing articles, we can have this great innovation.” – Jack Andraka
According to the International Telecommunications Union, in 2013 it is estimated that only 39% of the total world's population is using the internet. In the developed world 77% of the population is using the internet, while in the developing world only 31% are.
With a computer and access to the internet you can research, discover, get inspired, build, invent, and create remarkable innovations that can change the world. Sites like Google will help you find anything. If you are looking for a list of social networking websites, Wikipedia will show you a complete list of those including date launched, number or users, registration information and much more. Sites like RUSA - References and User Services Association will give you all the free reference websites. The great part is, you just need to be curious with access to the web.
With only 39% of the world's population using the internet, don't you wonder what innovation lies ahead for us? What will your discovery be?