1. Slate's Travoltify Your Name widget. After John Travolta's completely bizarre and hilarious flub of Idina Menzel's name at the Oscars, the Internet has rallied around Idina Menzel's evil twin sister Adele Dazeem. Now you can "Travoltify" your own name with this handy-dandy widget from Slate. Mine's Sofia Dizzon, which is pretty sweet. Travolta has since apologized, but not before Playbill replaced Idina Menzel with Adele Dazeem in If/Then in this fake notice.
2. NYC Crying Guide. Hysterical, but not sure of the best place for a public cry? Try the NYC Crying Guide, a tumblr that covers all the best (and worst) places to cry in New York City, from subway lines to shops to escalators. Sorry sad people in other towns!
3. Airpnp. If you're looking for somewhere to cry outside of New York City or just need to take a piss, then the Airpnp app may be just the thing. What Airbnb is for accomodations, Airpnp is for bathrooms. It provides locations and reviews for toilets all over the world. Right now, most of the listings seem to be pretty tongue-in-cheek (and there are only two in New York City), but this is obviously an idea that has legs. I, for one, would pay at least $5 not to pee in the Union Square Starbucks ever again.
4. "Everyday Scandal." If you ever wondered what Olivia Pope does when she's not solving problems, wonder no more! She solves people's everyday problems. Apparently, she has a hard time relaxing. This webseries from Above Average is written by and starring someecards contributor Naomi Ekperigin.