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Sorry folks. After more than 5 years on the site, I just have zero interest in writing any stories on this platform anymore. …


When COVID-19 hit the UK earlier this year, it quickly became clear that something needed to be done to help stem the tide of infections. …


Recently, a very interesting glitch was supposedly found in Paper Mario: The Origami King. Caused by entering the springs in Shangri-Spa, the glitch would seemingly prevent the player from progressing with the game, since the relevant cutscene that usually played would not occur.

This resulted in a lot of posts…


As the old internet adage goes, you should never read the comments.

This is because the comments section is apparently an unmoderated cesspool of hatred and idiocy, with comments on social media sites and content sharing platforms like Facebook and YouTube supposedly being the worst of the worst.

But is…


As you know, the media is currently in decline. With newspapers losing much of their readership, broadcast news appealing mostly to older generations and online news sources struggling to make ends meet, it’s a terrible time to be a journalist or in the news business as a whole.

And there…


In this day and age, job listing sites are a dime a dozen. From Monster to Indeed, LinkedIn to Reed, the internet is filled with places where would be job hunters can apply for the role of their dreams.

Another one of these examples is Angel.co. It’s a bit different…


In recent weeks, a wave of controversies has spread through the Super Smash Bros community. …


In the last few years, you’ve likely seen a fair few comments about monopolies in the tech industry, and suggestions for breaking them up. These comments usually revolve around the big FAANG companies (or at least, Google, Amazon and Facebook) and suggest the power they hold is unhealthy for society.


Over the years, we’ve seen a lot of failed attempts to create alternative social media sites and platforms. From Voat to Gab, PeerTube to 8chan, the internet’s filled with ambitious projects that tried to compete with the big boys yet quickly fell by the wayside.

And it generally happens for…


Throughout most of the internet’s history, creators and website owners made their money in one of two ways:

  1. Advertising, often with payments being based on how many clicks the ads got
  2. Or subscriptions, where people would sign up and pay for exclusive content

With most (especially those on platforms like…

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