Pinterest MobileAppPage Stumbleupon Whatsapp
Ads by Google

World Food Clock – is a constantly updating set of figures in real-time, showing various statistics such as the world’s food produced, consumed, and wasted. Scrolling down, you will also see other stats such as agriculture resources, and the number of starving people.

My image

EGOsize – is a site which gives you a free report, in which it tells you how to improve your search engine rankings. Just enter the URL of the site you want analyzed and it will look at the site and generate recommendations.

My image

Fleksy – is a new, revolutionary keyboard for iOS & Android, powered by patent pending technology that makes typing on any device fast, accurate and so easy you can type without even looking. With just a swipe of your finger, you can easily accomplish tasks.

My image

Perpetuall – peoples contact information changes all the time, when they move address or change their mobile number for example. This makes it difficult for everyone to have the new updated info. Perpetuall enables you to make sure that your contact data on your friends phones is always correct.

My image

FileThis – connects you with your documents whether you’re on the couch or on the run. No matter what you’re doing, from tax preparation to insurance to buying a house, you’ll have all your documents when you need them. FileThis is like a personal assistant for your paperwork. Go paperless in seconds.

My image

  1. Robert K
    March 31, 2014 at 8:57 pm

    Thanks, as usual, Mark!

    Wow, the "World Food Clock" is slightly disheartening, but more importantly, it should serve as a MAJOR wake-up call to those that visit the site... Personally, I feel that this is one of the more "important" websites (well, at least in the grand scheme of things) that you've shared with us in a while.

    That's not to say your other recommendations aren't useful, because every day, there's AT LEAST 1-2 of your picks that I bookmark for later; however it's nice to see these kinds of picks that serve "global humanity" (if you know what I mean), and I hope to see more of them in the future.

    Anyway, thanks for making the effort to find new and unique websites for us MakeUseOf-ians, and keep up the fantastic work!

  2. Bumboclot
    March 31, 2014 at 5:03 pm

    No matter what addresss I type into egosize it says the website doesn't exist.

    • Anirudh P N
      April 1, 2014 at 7:04 am

      @Bumboclot:Type only the web id. Leave out the "http://" part. Example: or

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *