April Fool’s Day
Our friends down in Silicon Valley work in lavish playgrounds designed to spur creative thought. So is it any wonder that the people who work in the tech sector come up with April Fool’s pranks just about every year?
Google is getting a head start on April Fools’ Day by releasing its first prank that is sure to decrease productivity all over the world.
Ahead of a San Francisco Board of Supervisors’ hearing this afternoon on a pending pilot program to charge private shuttle buses for using public bus stops, a group of protesters blocked a Google commuter bus in the city’s Mission District.
The search giant announced over the weekend that it was shutting down its wildly popular video streaming YouTube site.