April fools is for laughs and kicks. But the pranks should stop when it comes to cutting life saving assistance.
After polling this year's crop of amusing falsities, we present the finest "news" stories in music for this first day of April 2011:
April 1st is the Internet's favorite day, and food bloggers were all over it this year. Here are the seven funniest foodie fools we saw around the web...
My inner prankster took a hiatus, finally revived last April when I found myself working amidst fellow jokesters. We worked together, and against one another, to devise several office pranks that would make Jim Halpert proud.
It might be interesting if the news indulged in a little April foolery, and, if they did, it might look something like these ten stories.
This week a prominent climate-cynics site, Watt's Up With That, promoted a climate-misinformation iPhone app that contains far more damaging Orwellian language than the Sierra Club's coal industry spoof.
My husband went grocery shopping the other day and came home with my favorite cookies. You're waiting for me to say, "April Fool," aren't you?
CRUSH is a fast and fun weekly round-up of social media news - Join us on Facebook to keep up with all the latest. What was this week's theme among ...
The iPad -- It's strange. Of the 60,000 books accessible on the iPad e-reader, 90 % of available books seem to have been written by women, LGBT people and people of color. Accusations of censorship, bias and discrimination are already coming in.
Thursday April First...aka April Fool's Day, so can we have some fun? Maybe it's because we have all become too politically correct, or maybe it's b...
AT&T this morning apologized for their advertising series featuring actor Luke Wilson. The ads show Wilson awkwardly touting the company's 3G network. AT&T admits this would be a difficult role for any actor, given the network's terrible reputation.
These pranks employed the most state-of-the-art PR and marketing tools, were engineered by the most pedigreed pranksters on earth, and impacted the media and public opinion in far-reaching ways while leaving nary a fingerprint.
Though many think I'm on vacation with my family this week, footage has been obtained of a top secret meeting between me and Fox News commentator Glenn Beck!
Apple on Thursday announced that it's entering the health insurance business with a service called 'iNsure." Once the service launches later this year, people will be able to purchase health insurance from the iPhone and iPad App stores.
In Scotland, April 1 is known as Huntigowok. In Fife, a peninsula north of Edinburgh, the foolishness continues on April, 2, Taily Day, when the fun is limited to the immediate area of the backside.