Mark O'Neill

Joined August 2007

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Freelance journalist, English teacher, Gun-For-Hire

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8 Things You Thought You Couldn’t Learn On A Smartphone

27th October, 2014

Smartphones have become such an essential part of our lives that it is getting rather difficult these days to find something that the phones don’t do. Like teaching us these eight skills.


Cool Websites & Tools – Broadsheet Webpages, Math Camera Calculator, & Drone Flight Video Collection

26th October, 2014

Broadsheet – is an easy-to-use digital publishing tool designed to create modern, eye catching webpages for any device. Broadsheet’s cutting edge design tool lets you visually construct webpages of almost any size, shape or format – without the restrictions of other content management tools. You can use it free of charge on your own site […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Never Miss Another Tweet, Fix Email Design Issues, & Host Live Conversations On Your Website

25th October, 2014

Camera51 – automatically detects and analyzes faces, scenes, objects and lines and guides you to the perfect frame in every click. Camera51 invites you to start taking photos like a professional. It uses photography principles used by professional photographers and artists and applies this vast knowledge in a fun and simple interface. Driplr – are […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Anonymous Chatting, History of Radio, & Photoshop Pen Game

24th October, 2014

TogetherJS – is a free, open source JavaScript library by Mozilla that adds collaboration features and tools to your website. By adding TogetherJS to your site, your users can help each other out on a website in real time. TogetherJS is implemented in JavaScript; no software or plugins to install, and it’s friendly with existing […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Mute Noisy Tabs, Drugs Index, & Remove Facebook Stickers

23rd October, 2014

Noyze Volume Panel – is a free app that gives you complete control over your device’s volume buttons. It is the only volume panel that does not require root, a custom ROM, or XPosed. Just activate noyze in Accessibility and enjoy. It comes preloaded with tons of settings. Mute Inactive Tabs – There is nothing […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Email Collaboration, Learn The Piano, & Pixel Stickers

22nd October, 2014

Planleaf – promotes the idea of collaboration via email. How it works is very simple. Compose an email with anyone you want to assign or share tasks with. Then add to the cc field. Finally, start each task with a dash (example “- Email John”). You will then get your tasklist in an email, […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Earth View, Discuss Medical Cases, & Interpret Music Lyrics

21st October, 2014

Bond – is a simple app that reminds you to keep in touch with all the people that really matter to you. You have different ways to keep in touch with different people. You can either call, text or send them a Facebook message. Once set up, the app gives you regular reminders to reach […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Virtual Windows XP, Detect The WordPress Theme, & Dropbox Encryption

20th October, 2014

VirtualXP – since there are no more security updates from Windows, Windows XP is now under threat of harmful viruses, spyware, and other malicious software. To allow users to keep running applications and accessing data on XP, FarStone has developed VirtualXP to convert an XP system to a Microsoft virtual disk. What WordPress Theme Is […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Online Booking, Remove Facebook Stickers, & Website Language Widget

17th October, 2014

Flindle – is an online booking system that is accessible at any time by both you and your customers. Never miss another booking by giving your customers the means to book online 24/7. Flindle enables you to spend less time answering phones and putting pen to paper in order to organise your customers and staff. […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Vertical Videos, iOS Apps for Kids, & Android Sensors

16th October, 2014

Vertical Video YouTube Bookmarklet – how many times have you watched a smartphone video online and realized that it is in portrait mode rather than the preferred landscape mode? This bookmarklet takes away the black bars on either side of the video and makes it look more viewable and easy to look at. KeepTrack – […]


5 Ways To Enhance Your Netflix Account In Chrome

15th October, 2014

The Netflix interface could use a little improvement, so I’ve found some Chrome extensions to make my Netflix account look prettier. And no, it doesn’t involve a bit of lipstick and some rouge.


Cool Websites & Tools – Bike Sizes, Wiki Surveys, & Free Unlimited Cloud Service

15th October, 2014

Bike Size Chart – getting a bike is a great idea but it is important to get the right size of bike to fit the length of your legs. Getting one too small or too big will ultimately have some negative physical effect on your body. Bike Size Chart helps you to find out what […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Encrypt Your Android Files, Track Time On Your Mac, & Make Fast Screencasts

14th October, 2014

Secrecy – is a free Android app which helps you encrypt and hide your important private files. Features includes every file being encrypted with AES256, all file types are hidden, no trace is left of any temporary files in the system, and you can have a custom hidden vault location. Timing for Mac – helps […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Podcast Production, Wunderlist Tab Page, & Explore The Desert With Google Maps

13th October, 2014

Spreaker Studio – take over the entire production of your own podcast or radio show with Spreaker Studio. It transforms your device into a fully-equipped radio studio, allowing you to broadcast live or pre-record podcasts while adding tracks and sound effects. Start an active relationship with your listeners by interacting with them directly. Primer – […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Order Cash Delivered, Take Devices Apart, & Remember Your First Time

12th October, 2014

Nimbl – is changing the way you access cash. With only a few taps, registered users can request cash (up to $200) to be delivered to any location within their service area (see below). Depending on traffic conditions, runners will typically complete orders within 15-30 minutes. This service is currently only available for the San […]