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."
April 1, 2008; 12:45 PM ET
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