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
There is more to YouTube than fluffy cats – like unwarranted mature content that can pop up from time to time. Here are some precautions you can take to keep YouTube as clean as possible.
Trouble could be waiting just around the corner. We don’t like to think about it, of course, but a wide number of potential disasters could occur at any moment: fire, storm, flood, drought, earthquake, car accident, lost in the woods, etc. Some of these are location-specific, but one thing is true: no matter where you […]
Steam is known for being super convenient for managing one’s video game library, and it’s also useful in a few other ways, but did you know that with a bit of effort you can obtain new games for huge discounts? Sometimes even for free!
How many awesome games haven’t you played because they were never discovered?
Freelancing has its benefits, but the difficulty comes in finding people and companies to whom you can market yourself. Fortunately, there are now more places to find freelancing gigs than ever before.
Fashion is not always avant garde and experimental. There are tried and true style basics that can propel you into new levels of self-confidence and self-expression. These communities will help you get there.
What’s the easiest way to take your entire music library with you, no matter where you go?
“Apps to help maintain my dental hygiene? You can’t be serious! Everyone knows how to brush their teeth.”
Everything from electronics to furniture to food to clothing can now be purchased without ever leaving your home. But when it comes to buying clothes online, there’s a hitch – clothing needs to fit.
What was once just a mediocre RSS app for Android has become one of the fastest, sleekest, and outright best on the Play Store.
I can say without a shadow of a doubt that the OCRemix productions for Final Fantasy 6, which were released in a massive album titled Balance and Ruin, are some of the best video game remixes ever.
Think of Creative Commons as a marketing tool that can pay off with huge rewards down the road. Do you license your work under it? If not, here are three strong reasons why you should.
Here are some of the easiest and best ways to play Risk online right now.
Docks take what the taskbar does and make it better: beautiful, effective, and fun to use. Once introduced for the Mac, docks have long been available on Windows. Let me show you the best ones.
You may be surprised to find out that your smartphone camera is great for more than just family photos and Instagram filters.