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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There’s the stress that originates from the uncertainty of becoming an adult and entering the “real world”. You can rest easy…you aren’t alone. These blogs may provide you with new perspectives.
You may not expect it, but Instagram is a great place to find some awesome recycling ideas.
At one time, single player games were shipped with hidden cheat codes that could be used to unlock an array of nifty powers and shortcuts. Remember those days?
MediaWiki powers some of the largest wikis in the world. However, just because it’s the most popular choice doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the best. Here are a handful of strong alternatives.
It only takes a bit of effort to organize your pins, and the results are worth it.
Amazon is the biggest player in the game of online retailers, but that doesn’t mean you have to use them.
Looking for a Pinterest for men? It’s out there. A Pinterest for food? It exists. A Pinterest for memes? You’re in luck. Keep reading to find the perfect Pinterest alternative for you.
Microsoft Word has become bloated! The selection of alternatives is limited. One has been around since 2001 and was almost forgotten. Jarte is free, lightweight, offers tabs among other features, and comes with a portable option.
Forget Flappy Bird and give these infinite runners a try instead.
Are you using Pinterest to its maximum potential? Or are you losing out on followers and exposure by making these common mistakes?
Technology can rob you blind. Don’t let technology put you in debt — or worse, on the streets. Keep reading for tips on devising and maximizing your own personal tech budget.
Would you like to play games before they’re even released to the public? With Steam Early Access, you can!
Take a good look at these Instagram hoaxes and make sure you don’t fall for the next one!
Want to know where you can find strong female leads in video games? Start with these remarkable examples.
Point-and-click games are a dying breed but they aren’t completely dead.