Mark O'Neill

Joined August 2007

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Freelance journalist, English teacher, Gun-For-Hire

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Cool Websites & Tools – Interactive Video, Design Prototyping, & US Legislature

22nd June, 2014

Zaption – Create interactive video experiences that engage learners. Create a Zaption tour from your own video library, or from clips on YouTube. Add response elements throughout your tour, including multiple-choice questions, continuous polls, discussions, and more. Then publish it. 5iler – is a notepad for the rhythm of your mind which lets you work […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Smart Android Homescreen, Email Task List, & Tweet From The Context Menu

21st June, 2014

Terrain Home – is a smart homescreen for Android that makes your phone simpler and more streamlined by putting everything you care about in one place. Find contacts faster, launch apps faster, and view content faster. Please note however that this is a US-only beta version for now. Planleaf – enables you to manage tasks […]


eBay Launches iOS App Called “eBay Valet” Which Will Sell Your Stuff For You

19th June, 2014

Want to sell stuff on eBay but are too lazy to actually do it? There’s now an app for iPhone which will do the actual selling for you, in exchange for a 30% cut.


Cool Websites & Tools – Build Social Media Campaigns, Instant Music, & Lock Your Child’s Mobile Phone

19th June, 2014

*SPONSORED SUBMISSION* – Social Intents – Gather feedback, ideas, email addresses, likes, tweets, and followers. Build social media and email list campaigns. Increase sales and campaign impact with targeted social and email list building that feeds into your existing outbound marketing. Gather feedback and ideas, and offer social incentives. Poetica – Get clear feedback, wherever […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Android Clipboard, Webcam Special Effects, & Test Your Rap Music Knowledge

18th June, 2014

RightMove – Where in Great Britain are people happiest? Rightmove’s Happy At Home Index for 2014 is a unique, nationwide insight into the emotive relationship we have with the place we call home. They surveyed nearly 50,000 people asking them to rank 12 distinct factors about where they live. The results can be found on […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Drones, Track Your Expenses, & Update Your Browser

17th June, 2014

TravelByDrone – is a Google Maps mashup where you can view YouTube videos of drone coverage. These are not military drones or promotional drones, but rather personal drones belonging to private individuals. All videos are hosted on YouTube, and you can see on the map where the footage was captured. Just click on one to […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Measuring Worth, Google Your Business, & Peer-To-Peer File Sharing

16th June, 2014

Measuring Worth – Intrinsic things are priceless: the love of your life, or a beautiful sunset. There is no objective way to measure these, nor should there be. The worth of monetary transactions is also difficult to measure. While there is a price, wage, or other kind of transaction that can be recorded at a […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Chrome To-Do List, Powerpoint Replacement, & Create Your Own Image Hosting Website

15th June, 2014

Dayboard – Replace the new tab page with a to do list that helps you focus on your most important tasks each day. Dayboard is a to do list that focuses on just 5 items each day. Start your day by writing down the most important tasks you want to accomplish. Every time you open […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Silly Patents, AirBnB Pricing, & Structure Your Finances

14th June, 2014

Patently Silly – if you invent something and want to protect it from unauthorized copying, you need to get a patent. Some inventions are great but some are downright stupid, not worthy of a patent at all. Patently Silly examines the stupid patents and shows you what kind of stuff gets approved these days. I […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Boutique Hotels, 3D Mount Everest, & Are You Back Again?

13th June, 2014

Back Again? – shows the number of times you’ve visited a web site in a day. This is a simple Chrome extension that tells you how many times you’ve visited the page you’re on, right in the button. You can get a graph of your visits to a site that week by clicking the button. […]


Firefox 30 Introduces Sidebars Button, GStreamer 1.0 Support, & Quickshare In Android Context Menu

12th June, 2014

Mozilla has now brought out version number 30 of the Firefox browser.


Cool Websites & Tools – Gmail Timestamps, Talking Stickers, & Product Manager Questions

12th June, 2014

Reply Now – Reply right away to emails. With relative timestamps in Gmail, you can see how long an email has been sitting in your inbox. Reply while the time is still green. Timestamps turn yellow after 15 minutes and red after an hour. Extensions are available for both Chrome and Firefox. Go Euro – […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Schedule Gmail Emails, Create Amazing 3D Models, & Nuke Website Overlays

11th June, 2014

Schulte Tables – are usually applied to research and development of mental rate of perception, in particular speeds of visual roughly-search movements. It is also used in speed reading training. Find and click figures silently, in an increasing order from 1 to 25 (without omission). The found figures are specified only by a sight. SndLatr […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Analytics Presentations, Track YouTube Channels, & Personal Cloud Server

10th June, 2014

NOTEify – is the perfect app to use when you want to get reminded about specific information or discussions with your contacts. You can choose from a variety of many in-call or in-app options, including showing notes during in or out calls, showing the contact you are talking to with his full details during the […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Encrypted Note-Taking App, Hard-Reset Your Phone, & Clip Content From Facebook

9th June, 2014

LocalCast – Get your media on the TV with LocalCast. Features include casting movies, pictures, videos and PDFs from your device, Google Drive, Google+, Dropbox, NAS (DLNA / UPNP or SMB), using your phone as wireless headphones, rotating or zooming pictures and movies, adding subtitles and changing the subtitle font size, and more. Tab Grenade […]