Megan Friedman

Writer, Editor, Communications Professional

New York, NY

Megan Friedman

Native South Floridian, current New Jersey resident, consistent animal lover and Internet addict. Natural born editor with a journalism background, currently working in tech.


Spotify's Boot Camp Could Transform Podcasts

Spotify is giving three women $10,000 to make their own podcasts.

8 Ways to Make Your Uber Driver Not Hate You

Apps like Uber and Lyft not only let you rate your driver — they also let your driver rate you on a five-star scale.
Cosmopolitan Link to Story

Are Dating Apps Changing Marriage As We Know It?

Experts say apps like Tinder and Hinge make it easier than ever to meet your match—but it's also easier than ever to cheat.
Redbook Link to Story

"Digital Kidnapping" Is a Real (and Creepy) Threat When You Post Your Children's Photos Online

Danica Patterson used to love sharing photos of her 4-year-old daughter on social media. Until she got a tip that they were being used by a total stranger.
Woman's Day Link to Story

6 Ways Women Can Have a Better Experience on Reddit

Here's how to have fun with Reddit while avoiding the trolls that make it infamous.
Cosmopolitan Link to Story

This Female Game Developer Had to Flee Her Home After Speaking Out About Sexism in Gaming

Being a woman on the Internet can be scary. But being a woman in the video game industry on the Internet could actually be dangerous.
Cosmopolitan Link to Story

Why You Should Stop Worrying About Your Dating Profile

OKCupid is experimenting on you.
Cosmopolitan Link to Story

The Endless Barrage of ‘S–t Girls Say’ Parodies

Think you have a great idea for a “S—t People Say” video? Don’t even bother.

The Top 10 Viral Videos of 2010

When Paul "Bear" Vasquez spotted two rainbows in the sky in Yosemite, Calif., he reacted like any other person would — with screams of pure joy, incomprehensible sobs and questions about the meaning of life. Though it may seem that drugs helped him achieve such bliss, he told ABC News that his reaction was totally sober. Link to Story

The Top 10 Viral Videos of 2011

Rebecca Black, 13, wanted to be a singer when she grew up. So her mother forked over $4,000 to production company Ark Music Factory to create a vanity music video for her. What was supposed to be a fun project ended up propelling Black, now the ripe old age of 14, to viral stardom. The song's lyrical platitudes ("Yesterday was Thursday, Thursday / Today it is Friday, Friday") and relentlessly catchy chorus led to the video racking up millions of views — and becoming YouTube's most "disliked" video ever, surpassing Justin Bieber's "Baby." Link to Story

How Do I Love Thee? Let Me Tweet the Ways

Compared with a sonnet on perfumed parchment, a 140-character declaration of love doesn't seem very romantic. But you may get one soon.

Gaming for a Living: Can eSports Finally Make It Big in America?

Sean Plott tends to stay at home most days. But when he emerges from his Los Angeles house, he's a star.


Megan Friedman

I'm a magazine junkie, in print and online. (I blame my mom, who can never resist a checkout-counter glossy.) These days I have moved from the magazine world to the world of tech, working at Google as the Features Editor of The Keyword.



  • Content management systems
  • Blogging platforms
  • Wordpress
  • Adobe InCopy
  • Photoshop
  • Social media
  • Headline writing
  • Software testing
  • reporting
  • writing on deadline