The term ‘deadnaming’ is being used to document forms of transphobia. But in journalism, it's often an accusation that's unwarranted.
When it experienced backlash over plans to scrap inactive Twitter accounts, the social media giant backstepped. But the complaints were valid.
You've probably seen the ‘10-Year Challenge’ going around Facebook and other social network sites. But some say it may not be harmless fun.
From time to time, I write about pairs of words that happen to be homonyms. But there are different kinds, so here's a quick review.
I recently read an article about the importance of blogging outreach and building relationships with fellow bloggers. But what’s the motive?
Once you reach a certain age, birthdays become the kind of thing you prefer not to discuss. For me, turning 50 is such an occasion.
A television reporter made a simple mistake with an email when he called out sick. His little mistake then made him go viral!
I was surprised to catch an article warning people about the use of public USB ports at airports and other public places.
A man wants to sue over the burger giant's 'Impossible Burger' because it could be cooked on the same grill used to cook beef patties.
We've all heard the idiom, ‘Houston, we have a problem.’ But there's an interesting story behind how it fell into common use.
I recently found a post from John Saddington about creativity that I think also relates perfectly to blogging productivity.
When is a newspaper apology a really bad idea? Some college students may have learned the answer to that question the hard way.
If you're tired of the traditional turkey (or the work that goes into prepping the big meal), would you ever consider a fast-food Thanksgiving?