Turns out leveling your IRL crafting skill can be done online.
Traditional Archaeology is the area of Indiana Jones and other such intellectual men and women of education, but when it comes to online history, anyone can dig up an old artifact from the past.
I’ve always been frugal about spending, especially in games. But there’s a way to get me to throw my cash at the screen, too.
Twitter had an issue with harassment and abuse on its platform just a year ago. They’ve done more to fix it since then, but is it enough?
Reddit’s one of the best places to find a community with an interest that you’re into, but there’s a problem with the way that it determines which opinions are prominent in that community.
I’m a chatty person when it comes to most topics – but on some topics, I don’t even want to touch with a ten foot pole. Find out which ones.
TheFineBros want to trademark the term “REACT”. Find out why some on the internet aren’t so hot on the idea.
The siren call of overpowered classes in certain games might be tempting, but I don’t find it very appealing.
Live tweeting’s picked up steam in recent years, but is it all a good thing for social media?
Some people suffer through games they clearly don’t enjoy, and I talk about being able to learn how to let go, ride off into the sunset, and stop rolling the boulder of a game you hate up a hill.