April Fool Special: The Lighter Side of the Internet
If you haven't had enough tomfoolery around your office today, I'd like to take a break from our usual ebusiness seriousness and share some tech / geek / ecommerce funnies this April Fool's.
Cancelling an Order
via Erik Andresen
Spinal Tap Amps
A New Captcha Approach
Academia vs. Business
iPhone or Droid
That explains this:
Life Before Google
Reprinted with permission from
Did you know?
April 1st is traditionally known as "All Fools' Day" in the Western world, a day to for grown adults to pull stupid pranks that otherwise would not be tolerated on other days of the year. The term "April Fool" refers to a prankster who plays a trick after noon (in some countries like Australia, the UK and New Zealand). Elsewhere, the jokes last all day. It's not a legal holiday, but some pranks may warrant an employee a "permanent vacation." :)
Care to share in the comments your most outrageous April fool, whether you were the prankster or the pranstee? (The folks at Elastic Path has been known for some doozies!)
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