July 24, 2003 No Comments
One of the most fascinating types of books to read is biography. They also make interesting films to watch. Learning about how famous (and infamous) people have lived their lives, and how they achieved their fame and notoriety are often learning experiences. Today’s FamSite looks at a site that makes biographies the focal spot of their site.
Called Biography.com, this site is the online presence of the cable television network The Biography Channel. Here you can find out just about anything about just about anyone. There are daily features on who was born on the current day, television listing for the channel, as well as the parent network Arts & Entertainment, as well as Biography magazine highlights. You can shop at the Biography store, find out about the Biography book club, and enjoy other features at this ever-changing site.
So if you are looking for information on a certain person, whether in this millennium or the last, this is the site for you. Be sure to bookmark it, as it can be a valuable resource for you or a student you know. Enjoy your stop here today.
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