Joel Lee

Joined December 2011

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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5 Ways You Can Get Better At Video Games

22nd May, 2014

The journey from noob to pro won’t be easy, and it won’t be quick. If you want to get better, you must be patient and be willing to put in the effort. Are you ready?


How To Get The Best Features Of Mac, Linux & Co On Windows

20th May, 2014

Operating system envy: You admire certain Mac and Linux features, while using Windows. What if Windows was a canvas and you could add all the neat gimmicks you like? Here’s how.


New to EVE Online? Here Are 5 Things You Can Do

16th May, 2014

Unlike most MMORPGs, EVE Online doesn’t hold you by the hand and guide you along with signposts. You need to forge your own destiny or die trying.


Focus! 4 Best Tools To Temporarily Block Facebook & Co

15th May, 2014

You’re not alone, we have all done it – wasting hours browsing the web instead of getting stuff done. Need a spike in productivity? Find the best tools for escaping social media here.


Off The Beaten Path: 4 Lesser-Known Gaming Subreddits

13th May, 2014

If you’re a gamer and you don’t frequent Reddit, you’re missing out. It’s one of the world’s biggest web communities, and it’s populated with gamers aplenty.


4 Unexpected Ways To Make The Best Of Powerful Online Discussions

12th May, 2014

There are places online where you can find serious discussions that are well-moderated and more meaningful than the usual drivel. When you encounter such threads, how can you make the most of them?


4 Yawn-Stifling Alarm Apps To Make Sure You Get Up In The Morning

8th May, 2014

Tired of waking up late, struggling to pull out of bed every morning? You aren’t alone.


Sleep Better & Improve Your Health By Changing How You Use Your Computer

7th May, 2014

Computer work must not be hard on your body. Simple changes that only cost you minutes each day can have a great impact. Here are some tools to help you out.


Get A Windows 7 Makeover With These Awesome Themes

7th May, 2014

It’s hard to believe that Windows 7 has already been out for over four years. That’s a long time to be staring at the same old Aero theme day in and day out. Are you ready for a change? If so, we’ve got a treat in store for you. The theme system that powers Windows […]


3 Better Ways To Store Your Files Than On The Desktop

5th May, 2014

Did you know that storing files directly on your desktop can harm your productivity? Desktop storage is simple, but it comes with hidden drawbacks you may not know about. You can do better!


Indecisive? Make The Right Choices With These Apps

3rd May, 2014

Have you heard of the paradox of choice? If you’re like me and suffer from analysis paralysis, these apps will change your life.


4 Seemingly Innocent Online Activities That Track Your Behavior

2nd May, 2014

Online privacy is a big topic these days. Many people have heard about potential privacy issues with big name players like Facebook, Google, and the NSA. However, your privacy may be at risk in less obvious places, ones that you should be aware of… Social Share Buttons The web is plagued with social share buttons. […]


Get Paid To Search With The Bing Rewards Program

29th April, 2014

Google is king, but Bing is pushing its case. The Bing Rewards Program helps you earn credits while you discover the Web. It’s a simple way earn little rewards for your browsing.


How Nielsen Ratings Determine What You Watch on TV

25th April, 2014

Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, and The Walking Dead. What do these shows have in common?


Be A PC Hero: 7 Tools & Facts To Make Someone’s Day

24th April, 2014

Are you everyone’s computer guru? IT skills are a superpower in high demand! Prep yourself with tools & tips to better help the people you care about and upgrade from guru to wizard.