Anyone Get Fooled?

It's April 1st, and pranks are largely unavoidable. In our office, the trick almost always involves making someone think they missed a huge story and a competitor has it.

Tribune sent out a press release saying that its name had changed to ZellCoMediaEnterprises, and Google's annual effort involves e-mail time travel.

Any fake press releases in the Washington area? Any good pranks at local companies?

Let us know in the Comments section!

UPDATE, 1:24 p.m.: We forgot to check out fool.com, the Web site of Alexandria-based Motley Fool. After all, spokesman Chris Hill e-mailed me: "We think of today as our national holiday."

By Terri Rupar  |  April 1, 2008; 12:45 PM ET  | Category:  Workplace
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Maybe it was silly, but on our blog (focused on productivity) we posted an alternative to Getting Things Done that was anything but serious...

GTDotJ For Distraction Free Work

Posted by: Jared Goralnick | April 3, 2008 9:52 PM

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