Yesterday was April Fools’ Day, a day I enjoy immensely. I even contribute to the fun every now and then. This year the crop among the science/scholcomm/library community seemed especially strong so I thought I’d share.

BBC News has a nice roundup of how some tech firms celebrated the day while Scientific American does a bit of a historical recap of their own April Fools’ Follies.

I’m sure there are a bunch of other good ones out there that I missed. Please feel free to add your favourites in the comments.


  1. […] a roundup of the best April Fool’s Day hoaxes from around the web, and another one focused on the science/library community. But NPR’s prank is […]

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