Google is always full of creativity. For the annual April Fool's Day, Google launched two funny new services "Underwater Search" and "red and white machine screen style map service". It's a traditional for Google to launch "new services" in Fool's Day. Although it is proved to be an April Fool's Day joke all the times, but it's really funny, no one would blame Google for those joke which is special and Wonderful.
It's a collection of Google April Fool's Day joke over past decade below.
2000 years launch MentalPlex services
In 2000 April Fool's Day,Google announced that they will launch a special services called MentalPlex which can scan user's brainwave activity, browser history, and mouse activity to figure out what the user wanted to search, just one condition, in front of computer.
2002 launch of pigeons (Pigeon) rankings
Google said in 2002 April Fool's Day, Yang Gezi special training in the home of the "pecking order" system, the Google search function is still efficacious. Google claims that these pigeons pecking strike the best match data to rank the most popular search results. The pecking blow up "the results were identified as the most popular search results.
2004 announced the recruitment of the lunar staff
Again, Google skipped the prank in 2003, but decided it was time to bring it back in 2004. This time they were on the prowl for anyone who wanted to work for Google…on the moon, that is. On the first day of April, they began advertising job openings at the Google Copernicus Hosting Environment and Experiment in Search Engineering (G.C.H.E.E.S.E) on the moon.
This “brave new frontier in search science” was touted as a “fully-integrated research, development and technology facility at which Google will be conducting experiments in entropized information filtering, high-density high-delivery hosting (HiDeHiDeHo) and de-oxygenated cubicle dwelling.”
Those who were not “capable of surviving with limited access to such modern conveniences as soy low-fat lattes, ‘The Sopranos’ and a steady supply of oxygen” needed not apply. (‘Sopranos’ jokes were topical back then, kids.)
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