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April Fool's On the Internet

You cannot believe everything you read on the Internet, but especially not today. Here are a few of the best ones:

- Google's Virgle Project

- The BBC discovered flying penguins:

- tells you all about the Hybrid Air Force One

- Google's Special GMail Feature: Set Custom Time

What is the best April Fool's joke you've pulled (or had pulled on you)?

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