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The Bathroom Diaries on GeekSugar

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The Bathroom Diaries was GeekSugar’s Website of the Day! What good is the Internet if you’re always peeing your pants? Exactly. Not good at all, I say. Luckily, there’s The Bathroom Diaries, a website that has compiled public toilet information the world over — literally, there are international listings — for little old us to use when we’re...

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The Rupert Murdoch of Toilet Reviews

The Rupert Murdoch of Toilet Reviews

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“He who controls the language controls the masses”. – Saul Alinsky in Rules for Radicals I was wondering when the new version of the site (which had maps for the first time) would start to get around.  Finally Technobomb blogged about it.  Hoorah! I was even more excited when one comment referred to a ‘competing’ website.  All the materials on the...

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Bathroom Diaries on Lifehacker

Bathroom Diaries on Lifehacker

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Gina Trapani — When you’re in strange city and nature calls, find yourself a public restroom using The Bathroom Diaries search engine. Indexing over 12,000 public restrooms in over 100 countries, The Bathroom Diaries listings include toilet ratings, special amenities (like a changing table, wheelchair access and even if there have been celebrity sightings),...

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Telling toilet tales

Telling toilet tales

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By Elizabeth Tai WHO’S afraid of the big, bad toilet? Not Mary Ann Racin, 44, the creator of the popular website, The Bathroom Diaries (www.thebathroomdiaries.com). The website’s mission is to inform netizens about the best place to “do your business” around the world. Think about it as a travel website, only instead of hotel rooms, readers give reviews...

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Boston Globe: Where to go when you’ve gotta go

Boston Globe: Where to go when you’ve gotta go

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By Carmen Nobel, Globe correspondent   October 15, 2007 As a coffee addict with a small bladder, I know my way around the city’s public-restroom circuit…..Alas, I’m not so savvy when I travel. Fortunately, there’s a terrific website that caters to anyone who knows “hold it till you get home” is not an option.  Click for rest...

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