Patrick Rhone writing on his weblog:
Because, well, it is already pretty difficult to sift the meaning from the noise from the constant connection. It is even more so when you have to question almost everything you see on it for a day. Life is short. There are better things to do. Ignore it today. It’ll still be here (and, hopefully, back to normal) tomorrow.
This is the best thing I’ve read all day. I’ve always hated the internet on April Fool’s Day and tend to avoid it at all costs.