Since March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month, I thought I shouldn't allow the month to end without asking you to schedule your colonoscopy.
If you have an American and a Brit pronounce the metal they make soda cans from, you'll hear the difference. Is it aluminum or aluminium?
An interesting Facebook post asked whether designing in WordPress should incorporate a 'desktop-down' or 'mobile-friendly' approach.
Have you gotten a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine? More importantly, if you have, did you post a selfie with your COVID-19 vaccination card?
If you're a Labrador Retriever owner, you're in good company. The 'Lab' has officially been the top breed in America for three decades.
Grammar enthusiasts fumed when a web dictionary added a few nonstandard words to its site. One of them that seemed to draw ire was 'finna.'
When the social media giants ban you, just start your own social media platform! That's what former President Donald Trump may be doing.
If you wonder what kind of people you'd meet on a dating app, one of them is adding background checks for potential dates.
If you studied the Greek alphabet during last year's hurricane season, forget it! From now on, Greek letters won't be used for storm names.
Sometimes your spellcheck can confuse words in suggesting alternatives. A great example could be the choice between viola or voila.
I'm hearing a lot about COVID-19 anniversaries these days. This month marks a series of 'firsts' in the coronavirus pandemic.
Oprah Winfrey's chat with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry brought in big ratings. But that Oprah interview accomplished a morning surprise!
We hear generalizations designed to categorize everyone who falls into one generation name over another. But what do they say about yours?
I saw a commercial featuring a tune I hadn't heard before. I wish I still hadn't heard it because it contained the non-word 'conversate.'