10Differences.org - The online encyclopedia of differences
10differences.org started from a simple idea: to create an encyclopedia of differences.
This project was born in 2021 from the following observation:
Many users are looking for information about the differences between two things on the Internet. This can be about the differences in the meaning of two similar English words or the differences between two technologies. However, few sites make serious comparisons to answer these specific questions.
The goal of 10differences.org is clear: to create a reliable and recognized online resource that exposes methodically and in detail all the differences between two things.
And just like an encyclopedia, all areas are covered:
Nicolas Seignette and Tom Vincent are two young french people who carry this encyclopedia of differences project. The same motivation inspires them as Diderot, who led the creation of the Encyclopedia in 1751. Like him, they are thirsty for knowledge and fond of research.
They both have their areas of expertise and share this in a rigorous and methodical way.
Nicolas Seignette, who holds a scientific baccalaureate, began his studies in mathematics and computer science applied to human and social sciences (MIASHS). He then continued his university studies with a DEUST WMI (Webmaster and Internet professions) at the University of Limoges before finishing his course with a professional license specializing in IT. On 10Differences, he is in charge of research and writing articles concerning technology, sciences, and mathematics.
Tom Vincent graduated from the same high school as Nicolas with a bachelor's degree in economics and social studies. He then started his higher education at the University of François Rabelais in Tours with a DUT Information Communication. Tom also followed a professional degree in e-commerce and digital marketing at the Lumière University of Lyon to expand his knowledge. He is in charge of articles covering language, industry, and social on this project.