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RT @kashhill: Like ads, April Fools Jokes should be labeled on news sites. (And avoided by readers if at all possible.)
great quote from Jeff: "The best minds of my generation are thinking about how to make people click ads"
RT @taylor_owen: RT @EthanZ: Paul Ford on Bitcoin: "It doesn't much matter if it's a joke or not. It works."
I always feel like a curmudgeon when I say this, but I hate April Fool's news articles too - @davewiner is right:
so this "French newspapers delivered by drone" thing is an April Fool's joke, right?
RT @NiemanLab: Yes, The New York Times now has a haiku bot. (This is not a joke)
RT @peterrojas: I'm with @davewiner on this one: if you do news, you shouldn't do April Fool's pranks.
RT @joshsternberg: Fun @Reddit fact: 78%: Percentage of paying Reddit gold members who could turn off ads on site, but choose not to
RT @themediatwits: "I'm hearing a lot of terms thrown around that mean ads but sound like something else." -@moniguzman @TheMediatwits
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