This blog post is no hoax

JokeIt's April Fools' Day, so watch your back, don't eat anything from the office kitchen, and above all, be skeptical of anything you read. A couple of tips:

  1. Pranking at work can be risky business, so proceed with caution.
  2. If you must proceed, however, you might find some inspiration in the Museum of Hoaxes' list of the best April Fools' pranks of all time. This year's best online pranks are extensively (some might say exhaustively) documented at
  3. If pranks just aren't your thing, Slate offers its April Fools' Day defense kit, packed with tips on how you can avoid being taken for a sucker.

What's your favorite April Fools' prank?


Bill Sheridan