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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Joel's Latest Posts
When Microsoft released the Windows 10 Technical Preview, many users installed it without a second thought. It turned out to be unsuitable as a main OS and users scrambled to revert back to Windows 7 or 8. None of that would’ve been necessary if they had just used a virtual machine instead. If the term […]
Goodreads is more than just a place to find new books and post reviews. It’s a full-blown social networking site that has several awesome features that are often overlooked, even by regular users.
Pretty soon, skills that were once considered “geeky” will become the norm. Basic tech skills will be necessary for everyday life. However, we can’t leave behind the important non-geeky skills of yesteryears.
Want to move beyond simple cut-and-crop jobs? Knowing just a few Audacity tips can make your audio-editing life a whole lot easier.
“It’s just a gimmick.” That’s what people said about the Wiimote, the Kinect, and more recently Google Glass, and that’s what they’re saying about the Oculus Rift. If you’re one of them, I implore you to reconsider because the Rift is already changing the world.
Despite being a big fan of Steam, I can’t help but think that the music player falls flat and ends up being a big misstep for Valve.
The native Windows Task Manager may as well be called a task killer since we only bring it up to kill unresponsive processes. Alternative Task Managers allow you to actually manage your processes.
The season of spooks has snuck up on us, but there’s still time to carve out your pumpkins if you haven’t done so already. Begin with the ideas here.
The top curators are prominently displayed on the Steam Curators page, but we’re not interested in them. There are a handful of other lesser-known curators (who have fewer than 1,000 followers) who also provide quality lists that are worth checking out.
Basic knowledge of color theory can mean the difference between an “amateur” aesthetic and a “professional” one – and it really doesn’t take long to learn.
Your Twitter posts can tell me where you live. If you still think the buzz around Internet privacy is a joke, maybe this will jog your senses. We’ve already established that you can’t be anonymous on the Internet, yet some continue to believe otherwise. Yes, you’re still vulnerable even if you’re careful about what you […]
Is the social network market saturated? Isn’t everyone already on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, and LinkedIn? Not quite.
Markdown is the text editing format of the future. It’s simpler, sleeker, and easier to use than HTML without sacrificing much power or flexibility.
Maybe you’ve considered playing WoW on a private server, but you’re wary of the consequences. Are they legal? Is it okay to play on them?
Everyone thinks they understand cyber security but most are misinformed in one way or another. Entire books could be written on all of the security myths that continue circulating even after they’ve been debunked. You might be spreading misinformation and not even know it. Cyber security is always shifting and never constant, so some of […]