It’s April Fools’ day, otherwise known as the worst day to be a tech journalist. Every other pitch is a lame attempt at humor. Maybe one out of 50 is halfway funny. I don’t want to complain too much, though. It’s like open-mic night at the comedy club. We all know what we’re in for today.
The problem is that the real pitches are blended in with the fake ones, and sometimes it’s sadly hard to tell the difference. Especially when non-joke pitches have April-Foolish headlines like “This is no joke…”
Look, we’re just confused. If you have a real pitch, have a heart, save it for the next day. Thanks.
Oh, but then there’s this: A joke that should be real. (See TV industry turns blind eye to non-3D viewers.)
Read more: CNET’s directory of foolishness, 2011.