Mark O'Neill

Joined August 2007

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Freelance journalist, English teacher, Gun-For-Hire

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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 […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Speed Read On Chrome, Daily Countdowns, & One Hour Photos

8th June, 2014

Here, Look – You hand someone your iPhone to show them a picture, then they start scrolling through the rest of your photos. This is, at best, annoying. You only want to show someone 3 or 4 shots out of hundreds. Here, Look enables you to pick the photos from your camera roll you want […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Anti-Phishing, Getting Old, & WebGL Game Engine

7th June, 2014

APWG – collects, analyzes, and exchanges lists of verified credential collection sites, like those used in phishing. The page allows you to notify them of a phishing credential collector site. One easy way to do this is to simply forward the suspected phishing email to To better help their back-end system process your submission, […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Check Flights By Price, Book A Photo Shoot, & Optimize Your Images

6th June, 2014

Moo0 File Monitor – lets you easily monitor the file access activities on your system. Have you ever wondered what’s going on with your disk system behind your watch? Why the disk is busy? What’s scratching your HDD? You may find them out using this simple program. There is an installable version and also a […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Video Streaming Report, Take Other Peoples Hotel Rooms, & Best Online Courses

4th June, 2014

Google Video Quality Report – gives you video streaming quality results for the United States. There are many factors that influence your video streaming quality, including your choice of Internet Service Provider (ISP). Learn how your ISP performs and understand your options. Users on SD networks should expect smooth playback on non-HD YouTube videos. Feex […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Powerpoint Polls, Human-Sized Photos, & Software Keyboard Shortcuts

2nd June, 2014

Participoll – describes itself as “free audience polling for Powerpoint”. No-hardware clicker-free polling using your audience members’ devices. Drop polls straight into your slides without having to preload questions. View and download historic poll data and anonymous comments (in the pro version). There is also a quick-install PC PowerPoint add-in (which doesn’t require install rights). […]


Cool Websites & Tools – Control Smartphone Addiction, Search Wikimedia Commons, & Commencement Speeches

1st June, 2014

Listango – Save your bookmarks online and access them from any device, anywhere. Access your bookmarks from any computer, phone or tablet. Listango works on all modern web browsers. You don’t have to share your bookmarks with the whole world. Create private lists that only you can view. Easily share your bookmarks with friends. You […]


IFTTT Introduces The eBay & Fitbit Channels

1st June, 2014

Bargain hunters and fitness fanatics, listen up. IFTTT has been thinking about you lately and has been making channels for eBay and Fitbit to enable you to automate those bargain hunting and fitness skills.


Cool Websites & Tools – Legal Search, Brain Sensor, & Shaun The Sheep Games Coding

31st May, 2014

Ravel – Search more than five million legal cases with precision, using natural language or Boolean. Ravel lets you focus on judges’ words and analysis, removing clutter so that you can read and scan quickly. Mining the connections that link millions of court documents, Ravel’s technology identifies cases’ key passages and shows how later cases […]