Great post on smartphone security by Thorin.
Very informative post on using Google+.
Great post by Eric on tips for becoming better at using spreadsheets.
I contributed to this article about three people with three different salaries and how they do money.
Great post for finding out which platform is right for what you're trying to accomplish.
Love this post! Glad Alan wrote it after we chatted about how awesome snacks are and how they don't have to be unhealthy.
Twitter is a serious communications medium with a really silly name. Regardless of the vernacular, Twitter can actually be really useful for getting up-to-the-minute information. Assuming, of course, you know how to get just the good stuff and filter out the junk.
Whether you're the household tech support or just an avid researcher who is always trying to teach friends what you learn, explaining complicated topics is tough. Here's how to do it so people can actually understand you.
This week, Ars Technica and How-To Geek released some pretty startling news: a lot of browser extensions are either injecting ads into the sites you visit, or are tracking your entire browsing history—possibly without you knowing. Here's what's going on.
The travel season is here, and just like every other year, you’ll find lines, parking nightmares, security snafus, and other annoyances waiting for you at the airport. Unless, of course, you turn it into an adventure instead. A little foresight, some planning, and smart use of the many amenities available can turn a…
Tea isn't just a comforting and pleasant beverage, it also has remarkable healing properties—so much so that it's deemed a sort of "wonder drink" that may be even healthier than drinking water. Here are all the ways drinking tea can lead to a healthier, longer life—and how to maximize both the enjoyment of the drink…
I live in L.A., a land of 20-lane interchanges, parking lots the size of football stadiums, and mind-bending, soul-crushing, life-altering traffic. Every day, I meet people who don't even know we have a public transit system and see places in my neighborhood without any sidewalks. This is because, a half-century ago,…
I’d love to give to charity, but I don't have a lot of cash lying around. If I do get some spare money, I want to make sure it's donated responsibly. How can I get involved in a way that really helps people?