Today's Post gives a heads up about the site Diaroogle, the place to visit if you're in Manhattan and in need of a public restroom. What started as a gag project for developers Evan Cooney and Kevin Burg has turned into an extensive resource for desperate New Yorkers who can download it as an application for their mobile devices. What makes the site stand out as something more than just a Google Map locator is that each bathroom is rated and comes with specific instructions about the location, such as directions to the exact spot where a restroom is inside a hotel lobby or a warning about what a hassle the required bag check at B&H Camera can be. You also can't help but respect a site that refuses to list the self-cleaning toilet in Madison Square Park because of its hefty twenty-five cent charge.
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