Joel Lee is a passionate freelance writer living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In his free time, he likes to read and write fiction, play video games, and talk theology.
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Games used to be hand-crafted and predictable. You played them, you beat them, and if you played them again, the content would stay the same. Nowadays, there’s a trend towards dynamic content: if you play the same game twice, the experience could be radically different the second time through. What’s with the recent interest in […]
There are plenty of examples to show that Happily Ever After is attainable for online and long distance relationships. Here are some of the best tips and advice to keep you on the right path.
Unmanned aerial vehicles, more commonly called drones, are now infamous for their surveillance capabilities, but like most tools, the usefulness of a drone depends on who’s in control.
Tired of taking night-time photos that come out dark, empty, and boring?
If you are not using YouTube to expand your mind and learn new skills, it’s time to catch up. There’s so much free knowledge available out there. Why not take advantage of it?
Are your attempts at self-improvement met with nothing but frustration and lack of progress? Fortunately, the simple technique of smart feedback, could help you tackle your long-term goals.
Gamers deserve love too, and several sites have popped up over the years that can help gamers find romantic partners who also share a love for video games.
What was the last thing you did to ensure that your hard drives are healthy?
TVs are no longer limited to watching straight television. Have you ever wanted to stream YouTube on the big screen? Wouldn’t it be nifty if you could play videos from a USB drive directly on the TV? With media players, media streamers, and HTPCs, all of that is possible. The problem: what’s the difference between […]
What if you could bring the productivity of Linux over to Windows? Most Linux distros come packaged with the powerful Bash shell. PowerShell is an equally powerful terminal for Windows.
You can do everything right and still have your identity stolen. If 2014 has taught us anything about security, it’s this: you cannot trust companies to keep your data safe. That doesn’t mean you should stop using their services, but you should be wary and learn how to protect yourself. “It Won’t Happen To Me” […]
You should never run a Linux command unless you know exactly what it does. Here are some of the deadliest Linux commands that you’ll, for the most part, want to avoid.
Perhaps Minecraft has grown stale for you over the past few years. The good news is that there are plenty of other games like Minecraft that provide a compelling survive-in-a-sandbox environment.
Given enough time and determination, anyone can make webcomics for free – and that includes you.
If you’ve thought of buying a Mac Pro, you may want to reconsider.