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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Joel's Latest Posts
It’s okay to be overwhelmed when you are learning to code. You’ll probably forget things as quickly as you learn them. These tips can help you to better retain all that new information.
While wedding planning will never be easy, it certainly doesn’t have to be stressful. How much easier wedding planning can be if someone just pointed you to the right tools.
If photography is about capturing light, how do you take photos when light is scarce?
Android is notorious for its rampant piracy, so we investigate exactly how bad it is.
So, you have decided that Firefox is the better browser for you. Is there anything you can do to make Firefox less of a foreign environment? Yes!
The upvote has taken over the modern web. No matter how it’s implemented — likes, retweets, shares, or reblogs — it’s all based on the same concept: social approval. But as far as online interactions are concerned, the upvote has been the web’s greatest mistake. To be clear, fruitful discussions can still sprout in the […]
Most dating advice on the web is awful. Here’s the worst of it.
But here’s the thing: you might be a jerk and not even realize it. Here are some things to watch out for.
Why do some communities thrive while others struggle to survive? Let’s look at a few stories.
Gamification is spreading across the web like a plague, as if slapping on a few badges and leaderboards is enough engage users. The truth? Gamification can harmful.
It’s easy to see why Early Access has bad reputation. Still, some good has come from it and there are several examples that show how Early Access can create a success story.
What Anne Hathaway, Demi Lovato and Wal-Mart can teach you about dealing with trolls.
Oh the pressure when you run out of disk space. What to delete? The fastest way to locate junk files is to use a tool that helps you visualize your system’s file structure.
Don’t let the command prompt intimidate you. It’s simpler and more useful than you expect. You might be surprised by what you can accomplish with just a few keystrokes.
For those of you who aren’t already using Quora, why not? Maybe it’s time to give it a try. You may be surprised by how useful it can be.