Carl Pettit is a writer and editor with interests ranging from international relations and political humor to the arts and modern media.
Why Hiring an Accountant to Do Your Taxes Is the Right Choice
Let’s take a look at some of the advantages of getting someone else (a qualified someone else, that is) to do your taxes for you:
Grilling Tips — 8 Ways to Master Your Summer Barbecue
As the weather heats up, it’s time to head outside, light up the grill - or throw some wood into your fire pit, if you have one - and start cooking some great food the old-fashioned way: over an open flame.
How to Write a Zombie Show
In which we take a look at the current zombie landscape on screens big and small -- and how that teaches us to write a kickass zombie show.
5 Innovative Travel Gadgets to Make Those Long Hauls a Little Easier
In order to make your travels slightly less tedious, we’ve come up with a list of five innovative travel gadgets that will add to your comfort, security and relaxation as you traverse the globe.
The Shirt Jacket — For When It’s Too Hot for a Coat, Too Cool for Just a Shirt
What exactly is a shirt jacket? Is it literally a shirt that's also a jacket? How does that work? And why do I need a mash-up of the two? If you're asking yourself any of these questions, we have some info to share with you.
5 Creepy Urban Legends to Spook You This Halloween
Ah, Halloween: the one time of year when it’s completely appropriate to scare the fecal matter out of loved ones and friends. If your goal is to make sure children can’t sleep at night, a disturbing urban legend is just the ammunition you need.
5 Tech & Travel Toys So You Can Get the Most Out of Your Phone, Tablet or Laptop
We’ve got you covered as far as your tech and innovative travel accoutrements are concerned. So plug in, have some fun, and organize the hell out of your tech and travel life.
The Spooky Origins of Halloween — 10 Strange, Fun Facts About Witches, Pumpkins, Bonfires …
The roots of our spookiest holiday's traditions—from pumpkins to trick-or-treating—run deep, their origins reaching back thousands of years to pre-Christian pagan festivals and superstitions.
Fall Fashion Update — 5 Cool Hats for Cooler Weather
Five fine-lookin' ways to keep your head warm as the weather chills.
5 More Graffiti Artists Who Are Shaking Up the Planet
From Spain and the U.K. to Brooklyn and L.A., men and women with cans of spray paint or a brush in their hands are busy creating remarkable art for the rest of us to ponder and enjoy.