Have you noticed a new tradition on the news every Friday? Suddenly male news anchors no longer wear ties...just because.
Can we talk for a minute about birthdays? I'm speaking specifically about Facebook birthdays: those daily reminders you receive.
When stores run out of advertised goods, shoppers can usually get rainchecks. The pandemic seems to be changing that.
Some content creators might feel a sense of dread over AI-written content and the possibility they might become obsolete one day.
When you're referring to God, should you use 'he,' 'she' or something else? I'm not sure anything would be an adequate God pronoun.
I'm glad that when I was a kid, we didn't have TikTok challenges to worry with. But I'd like to think we'd have been too smart to play along.
Ever wondered about the tradition of performers on stage or other big projects who tell a colleague to 'break a leg?' Here's the story.
So you've decided to join the rest of the blogosphere and launch your own! You have two options for your very first blog post.
McDonald's announced the return of its famous McRib sandwich, which some love and others seem to love to hate.
Senators received an earfull from a Facebook whistleblower who accused the social media giant of placing profit above public safety.
Whether you love it or hate it, if you think the Associated Press Stylebook decided to ban Oxford Commas, you should reread what it says!
What would you change if you knew that your boss sees your blog and every new post you publish? I hope you already assume it happens.
YouTube announced this week an expanded ban against vaccine misinformation, beyond just videos that target COVID-19 shots.