I’m very happy to say that I’ve been working for MakeUseOf, the techie site that helps solve your geeky quandaries and points you to cool stuff on the internet.
So far, I’ve had six articles published throughout March and April. Please read, enjoy and share – or at least the first two!
My first article examines the rise in popularity of dashcams across the USA, Australia, New Zealand, the UK and especially Russia in a bid to stop scammers.
One of my most popular articles. It’s always a great time to learn a new language and there are some great free services out there that’ll help you expand your mind.
A real pleasure to write, this feature looks at legends like Stan Lee and lesser-known scribes like Tony Lee.
I’m not the biggest fan of Facebook, but it certainly has its advantages. This article imagines what will knock it off its perch, and has proven to be very popular too.
We all have bad days, but instead of wallowing in apathy, you could always check out these five apps – go on; they’re free!
If you’ve visited my blog before – thank you! – you’ll know my ambitions to become a screenwriter, and maybe you share them. If so, the best inspiration I know is reading other scripts. Here are some great libraries to eat up all your spare time.
It really is cool to work for MakeUseOf and I want to take this opportunity to thank Tina Sieber, Christian Cawley and all the section editors (particularly Yaara Lancet, Saikat Basu, and Tim Brookes), who have all been very encouraging.
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