Haha, to think that they actually made one of these and it's probably sitting around in their offices somewhere...
Reddit's 2017 April Fool's joke is located at /r/place. It allows users who have been around before March 31, 2017 to place a colored pixel on a canvas every 5 minutes. Initially, it was chaos, but amazingly, some subreddits have banded together to actually create real pixel art. This is all done over the internet and if you look at the screengrab here, some of these art pieces are quite large.
It kind of reminds me of The Million Dollar Homepage.
I guess I'm catching up on stupid April Fools jokes. This is one put out by Netflix about John Stamos humbly accepting the role of John Stamos in the documentary Stamos: A Human, Being. If this were real, would you watch it?
I hate April Fools on the internet. I really do. But sometimes, some of the jokes end up introducing some pretty cool ideas. Like this miniature replica of the Google Self-Driving Car. The size in the commercial is pretty good. An even smaller one that can sit on a desk would be even better. A remote-controlled miniature version would be fun! I want one. Google, help me out here.
It's not April Fools, I know, but this old one from Kin Community was too good to not pass up. Especially since I just saw it on my Facebook feed from somebody who clearly got excited too quickly and didn't watch until the end of the video.
Can you believe that there are people out there who think you can grow a kiwi-banana just by putting the two together in a pot of soil? Geez.