This optics craze began earlier than I thought. In fact, I found an article from 2018 complaining about its overuse. It's definitely getting worse.
If you've blogged for any length of time, you've surely hit points where taking a blogging vacation sounds like just what you need.
A few months back, I started getting calls about my upcoming college directory. I received these calls years earlier, so I knew what to expect...almost.
I solved a childhood mystery of mine the other night thanks to one more internet search about what turned out to be an obscure soap opera.
I ran across an article the other day designed to help people living in an apartment narrow the selection of dog breeds to the perfect pooch.
People argue about whether it's appropriate to capitalize black and white when referring to people's races, but disagreement remains.
I've been thinking about creating a list of what I'd call essential WordPress plugins for a while now. But I found a good reason to keep putting it off.
If you use racial filters on online dating apps, are you being racist? That's a debate underway right now in light of the Black Lives Matter movement.
PepsiCo, the owner of the Aunt Jemimah brand, announced Wednesday it would retire the brand some consider racially offensive by the end of the year.
In some ways, I find it hard to believe it's been five years since the Charleston church shooting. But somehow, it's still too recent a tragedy.
Merriam-Webster announced last week that it is working on drafting a revised racism definition, thanks to a Missouri woman.
If you receive link requests in which someone asks you to add a link to their site to one of your existing posts, here's why they're asking.
Two popular reality cop shows received their respective pink slips amid protests over the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police.