1) I highly recommend freerice.com. They have a pretty challenging English vocabulary game that gets progressively harder as you go. Lately, I keep getting stuck in the upper 40's, but before Cornell I would get stuck in the upper 30's. That an Ivy League education at work. Also, for each question you get right they donate 10 grains of rice to the World Food Programme, so you can feel slightly less guilty sitting on your ass in front of the computer when you could be out saving the world or something.
2) From the Fishouse is an audio archive of emerging writers. They have a very diverse range of youngish poets. A few of my favs that I suggest checking out are: Aracelis Girmay, Erika Meitner, Adrian Matejka, Jericho Brown, John Murillo, Patrick Rosal, Gregory Pardlo, and Terrance Hayes. They even have several live recordings of full-length readings at colleges and conferences, which I think are quite lovely to listen to while cleaning my apartment.
3) Indiefeed has a great archive of performance poetry, including work from some of my favorite poets from the scene, like Marty McConnell, Roger Bonair-Agard, JW Basilo, Rachel McKibbens, Sierra DeMulder, Jon Sands, Emily Kagan Trenchard, and Lynne Procope (just to name a few).
PSA: Do not, under any circumstances go to Web MD.