In honor of April Fool's Day, we wanted to share something fun and creative with you. We planned on posting some elaborate joke or unbelievable story and then revealing the "surprise" at the end of the day, but it seems like these corny jokes are a dime a dozen today.
So, no jokes from us today. Instead, we hope to get a smile from you with this. This video shows amazing creativity, inspiration, fun and beauty and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
If you really want an April's Fool Joke
- Google Introduces Google Motion - The mouse and keyboard were invented before the Internet even existed. Since then, countless technological advancements have allowed for much more efficient human computer interaction. Why then do we continue to use outdated technology? Introducing Gmail Motion -- now you can control Gmail with your body.
- Google Docs Motion - From the beginning, Google Docs has been built with collaboration in mind. Everyone edits the same document and there’s no need to worry about attachments. While we’ve been very satisfied with Google Docs’ ability to facilitate collaboration between people working at different computers in different locations, we’ve always felt that there was a huge potential to push collaboration with Google Docs even further.
- Huffington Posts Creates Paywall That Only Affects NYTimes Employees - In a move sure to irk at least two or three people who work for The New York Times, The Huffington Post (owned by AOL, our own masters in some degree of command) has put up a paywall that applies only to NYT employees.
- Starbucks Introduces Mobile Barrista - We've all been there. You’re walking down the sidewalk with a huge craving for Starbucks coffee with no time to find a location and buy one (no "there’s a Starbucks on every corner" jokes, please). What if the solution was as easy as whipping out your smartphone to have one delivered to you without missing a step?
- Groupon Purchases April Fools Day - For centuries, April Fools’ Day’s intellectual trademark ownership has been uncertain. That’s why Groupon decided to patent April Fools' Day. Everyone's favorite day of daffiness finally has a new owner—Groupon!
Okay. Back to work.