I wrote for Thrifter for a few months last year. It was a strange experience. I was allowed to write about damn near anything I wanted to, with a focus on producing expert-level advice and reviews in a number of consumer technology categories. Every month, I'd submit the stories that I'd cooked up and then, nothing: they'd pay me without my work seeing the light of day. I assumed that they weren't happy with what I was producing, but nope: I was kept on for months. It wasn't until around a month ago, almost a full year after having written some of the pieces that I was paid for, that my work for Thrifter began showing up online. I've since moved on, but you can still grab a peek at my work for the site.
Let's start with this one: a beginner's guide to picking out a decent DSLR lens for your camera, no matter who makes your camera.