There's a near-universal belief in dealing with comment trolls, those who show up on a blog to do little more than cause problems: 'Don't feed the trolls.'
Every now and then, someone says, “They don't make them like they used to.” For some film buffs, old movies have an appeal newer films can't duplicate.
I saw an interesting story the other day on retailers battling to survive against the ever-growing wave of online shopping.
This week, I watched a supportive Christian community on Facebook reach out to a gay teen and his parents he'd just come out to.
Scheduled tweets are a good way to keep a presence on Twitter...but what do you do with them when a major tragedy strikes?
I hear more people preface an opinion these days with a warning they're about to be brutally honest. What comes next is rarely pleasant...or necessary.
The phrase 'tête-à-tête' actually has two very different meanings, but when you think about it, there's a relationship between the two.
An annual report found that blogging frequency — that is, how often bloggers actually published posts — is down a bit in 2017.
We all need a good belly laugh from time to time, and here's a list of my favorite comedians whose work over the years have provided them.
I'm amazed by the number of times I see people blogging profanity into their posts, and as often as it seems they're able to work in curse words.
Pope Francis says he wishes people would spend more time focusing on God instead of their cell phones in church these days.
An unfortunate headline caught my eye because of a word that certainly seemed misspelled — but did they mean pases or passes?