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The Internet Holiday

Yesterday was an internet holiday. April Fools Day has become the day were you cannot trust almost anything you read and see on the internet. I of course exaggerate when I say that, but it is incredible the number of sites and web companies that increasingly take part in the pranks each year. Even the server where I have been playing Go (KGS) played a prank on us where all users were given the highest rank. I actually thought it was a bug. If you have time to spare, check out this giant list of April Fools Day pranks by TechCrunch.


That seems to be a pretty comprehensive list. I don't visit too many sites, so I only saw the CADIE pranks on Google and Gmail, and a fake article on GameSpot.