Mark O'Neill

Joined August 2007

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Freelance journalist, English teacher, Gun-For-Hire

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Cool Websites & Tools – Browse Location Histories, Visual Tool For Ideas, & HTML5 Browser

2 weeks ago

Moves – automatically records any walking, cycling, and running you do. You can view the distance, duration, steps, and calories burned for each activity. The app is always on, so there’s no need to start and stop it. Just keep your phone in your pocket or your bag. The app consumes battery power, so nightly […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Automatic Link Shortening, Monitor Your iPhone Usage, & Retrieve Text From a URL

15th July, 2014

ShortPaste – Tired of sharing long, nasty URLs? ShortPaste immediately shortens URLs after copying them (from an app such as Chrome, YouTube, Newsstand, etc) in the blink of an eye. Like magic, your long URL will appear in its shortened form when pasted. Supports and Some users are reporting high RAM usage, so […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Travel Blogging, Amazon Storage, & Expiring Photos

14th July, 2014

Commandr for Google Now – Add commands to Google Now, no root required. Now you can use Google Now to control your flashlight, toggle settings, control music playback, and much more. Add your own custom commands through Tasker to make sure your device fits your lifestyle. Vote on new commands or suggest new ones. Access […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Google Keywords, New Startups, & FLAC Converter

13th July, 2014

Keyword Tool – helps you find the keywords that people are typing into the Google search box. It generates up to 750 suggestions for every keyword, and it claims to work 99.99% of the time. Keyword Tool will help you discover thousands of the new longtail keywords related to the topic that you specify. MyMeetingTime […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Synchronised Lock Screens, Combined Cloud Storage, & Negative Twitter Filter

12th July, 2014

LokLok – is a beta app which enables you to connect with your friends right on your lock screen. Leave notes, drawings and photos for them to see when they switch on their phones. LokLok replaces your standard lock screen with a shared white board. When you connect with one or more people your lock […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Get A Phone Call From A Stranger, Check Your Vitamins, & Fitbits On Your Wrist

10th July, 2014

Mapcam – is an attempt to connect people that otherwise would probably never, ever meet. The more people that are on this site, the better it’ll get. You can call someone anywhere in the world in your browser, using your webcam and your microphone. All you need to do is to click one of the […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Shift Schedule, Make Juicy Juice, & Pronounce Your Name For Everyone

9th July, 2014

Shift Work Schedule – is an Android app best suited for shift workers. This is because there is no need to write down or keep in mind your shifts. Just choose Shift Pattern from the pattern list or make your own custom shift pattern and select the first date to start drawing the pattern. Farmivore […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Online Sales Competitions, Import Your Contacts, & Music Marketing Campaigns

8th July, 2014

Sparta Sales – Drive energy, motivation and results with online sales competitions. Sparta helps you create and manage sales competitions in one beautiful solution built with sales people in mind. With Sparta, you can create competitions that drive the behaviors that are most valuable to your business, in minutes. Whether it’s deals, meetings, phone calls…with […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Git Evernote, Make MP3 From YouTube Video, & Brand Logos

7th July, 2014

Magpie – is a Git-backed Evernote replacement, and a web tool for managing text files in a git repo. In it, you can create notebooks (which are just folders); create, edit, and delete notes (which are just files). However, when you make any of these changes, they are automatically committed to git. The project is […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Replacement G-Calendar, Keep Track Of Your Hours, & Show Off Your Android Homescreens

6th July, 2014

Sunrise Calendar – is a gorgeous calendar app made for Google Calendar. Designed as a minimalist replacement for Google Calendar, Sunrise is a new experience that will make your life easier. Having been on the web, it is now made for the Mac OS X. Revunote – works with Evernote to help you learn things […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Encrypt Cloud Files, Minimalist Markdown Editor, & Live Wallpapers

5th July, 2014

Yep! – Tired of the same old crowd? Want to arrange a night on the town but fed up waiting for your friends to come online? Whatever you want to do, from dining out to walking in the park, going to the gym or just a coffee, Yep! puts you in touch with fun people […]


Cool Websites & Tools – PDF Tools, Spotify Playlists, & Monitor App Permissions

4th July, 2014

Small PDF – is a site which enables you to do various tasks with PDF. These tasks include reducing the size of the PDF, converting images to PDF, convert PDF files into images and extract any existing images from the file, merging more than one PDF into a single file, and converting Word, Excel, and […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Cardboard VR, Teach Kids About Money, & Look For Asteroids

3rd July, 2014

Google Cardboard – this may sound like one of Google’s legendary April Fools Day pranks but in fact it seems quite serious. The goal of Cardboard is for everyone to experience virtual reality in a simple, fun, and inexpensive way. Cardboard transforms a phone into a basic VR headset, and the accompanying open software toolkit […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Get Regular Content, Earn Money Driving, & Play Your Inbox

2nd July, 2014

Daily by Buffer – do you think that great content is hard to find? Each day Daily by Buffer will give you a new batch of articles and posts they think you’ll really like. Check them out, then swipe right on content you love and left on what you want to skip (or use the […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Street Safety Scores, Lightning Maps, & Domain Search For Hackers

1st July, 2014

StreetScore – is a machine learning algorithm that predicts how safe the image of a street looks to a human observer. StreetScore is trained to predict perceived safety using a ‘training dataset’ consisting of 3,000 street views from New York and Boston and their rankings for perceived safety obtained from Place Pulse — a crowdsourced […]