YouTube announced this week an expanded ban against vaccine misinformation, beyond just videos that target COVID-19 shots.
When do you notice your milk spoiling these days? It seems as if it's happening before the expiration date passes.
When you're writing calls for you to select the proper past participle form of 'prove,' should you select proved or proven?
If you allow comments on your blog, be sure you keep an eye out for comment link spam. It can cause your site SEO problems.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, one of the dumbest things I've heard people say to talk about death risks is, 'Everybody dies.'
When the latest set of new emojis finally hit our mobile devices, we'll be able to depict everything from giving a salute to biting our lips.
You should be careful when deciding whether to use ho or hoe. Both are words, but you may get into trouble for using one of them!
If there's one kind of spam I receive as a blogger as often as guest post queries, it would have to be link insertion requests.
Is Netflix going down a road of dishonesty by clickbaiting shows on its home page to get more clicks? One article seems to think so.
Disney announced a modest Hulu price hike that will take effect on Oct. 8 for its customers, whether they watch ad-free or ad-supported.
The phrase 'under the weather' is an example of an idiom. We've all used the phrase without knowing where it came from.
Along with guest post inquiries, I've also recently received questions about sponsored posts. But one recent one took the cake.
I've watched several documentaries this week on the September 11 attacks on America. Can it really be 20 years since that terrible day?
I learned an important lesson when I attempted to watch a special on CNN: If you don't have cable, there are no live streaming options.