Joel Lee is the Creative editor at MakeUseOf and a jack-of-all-trades technology writer from Philadelphia. In his free time he pursues fiction, game design, and photography.
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Does Google Maps on your Android device feel a bit daunting? We’ve got you covered. Here’s everything you need to know about using Google Maps on Android.
Reddit is so many things wrapped up in one neat package. Plenty of people use it as nothing more than a news aggregator and others use it for personal growth and productivity. But at its heart, Reddit is a social network. While it’s true that every subreddit has some level of discussion — like these techy-minded subreddits […]
It’s completely normal to feel overwhelmed when making the switch to Linux. That’s what happens when you step from one world into another. This will help you.
As a Linux newbie, it’s normal to struggle. Everything just feels so different from Windows and you find yourself scratching your head at the simplest of tasks.
There are hundreds of channels dedicated to photography lessons. The good ones are buried in the noise. We picked five of the best for you.
Would you rather put up with an unsatisfying home? Or spend a bit time and energy making it into a place that makes you smile when you walk through the entrance?
Even with terabyte drives becoming the norm, it’s amazing just how fast all of that space can fill up. What if you could see your entire disk space usage at a glance?
There are several high-quality torrent clients available for Linux users. After a few days of research, I’m confident that I’ve found the perfect one. Are you using it?
There are dozens of Linux video players to choose from, so which one should you use? Which one is right for you? Variety is great, but who has the time to sift through it all?
These days, if you want to get the full gaming experience, you’re going to need a headset. Let’s say your budget is capped at $25. What’s available in that range?
While it’s certainly past its prime, IRC is still alive and kicking today – so alive, in fact, that dozens of clients are still being actively developed.
If you’re a programmer and you aren’t yet sharing or collaborating, you’re behind the curve. Reap the benefits of collaboration with the right web apps.
Linux email clients still lag behind Windows and Mac, but the gap is closing. Here are some of the better ones I’ve found.
Which Linux eBook readers are the best? Here are four options you should definitely look into.
Which Linux music player is the best? We compare four excellent music players you may not know about.