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
Users are beginning to accept the fact that Google may not be rolling back Google+ sign-in regardless of how much people hate it. But is it really as bad as you think?
Identity theft isn’t too rare of an occurrence these days, yet we often fall into the trap of thinking that it’ll always happen to “someone else”. Don’t ignore the warning signs.
The landscape of MMORPG gaming has never been better than it is today. Some may pine for the good old days when games like Ultima Online, Everquest, and Dark Age of Camelot dominated the scene, but in terms of variety and affordability we’re living in the golden age right now.
Mindmaps are a wonderful resource for brainstorming, planning, and managing ideas in a way that increases your productivity and enhances your creativity. But what if you want to create a mindmap without pen or paper?
A common resolution for most working people is to be more productive. In this article, we’ll explore twelve bad habits that you can change — one per month — to drastically improve your workload productivity.
Are you the parent, aunt, uncle, or guardian of a child who’s interested in video games? That can be a precarious situation to be in, especially if you aren’t a big gamer yourself. There’s so much sex and violence in games today – even in games that aren’t marked M for Mature – that it can be difficult knowing which games are suitable for young children. But rest assured, suitable games do exist!
There are plenty of great games out there, but only the best can claim to have broken world records. In fact, you might be surprised by the games that have actually broken any records – I know I was. Some are as unexpected as can be.
Just because your business is not an Internet business doesn’t mean you can ignore the Web. Here are some simple ways that anybody can utilize the Internet for some affordable business exposure.
There are plenty of life lessons to be learned from games, and these lessons can make you a better person in the end.
If you’re planning on skiing or snowboarding this winter season, there are some great Android apps out on the market, both free and paid, that can improve the experience.
This Christmas, why not give your wallet a break? Being frugal could mean being responsible about expenses and spending wisely. If you want to save money this holiday season, here are some quick tips.
Mobile browsers can sometimes be packed with unnecessary features, resulting in lag and frustration while surfing the web. Super Fast Browser attempts to fix that.
Etiquette is more than simply being kind and polite. It’s about learning the internal, unspoken rules of a community. Here are a few Tumblr guidelines to keep in mind.
Tired of big and bloated Android launchers that pack in useless features that you’ll never use?
December is here, and that means the season of gifts is here. But here’s the problem: we want to shower our friends with presents, but we’re tight on money and out of ideas. For those of us who have gamer friends, the problem is amplified because gaming is not exactly a cheap hobby. What can you do?