April Fool’s Day

Before I hit the sack, here are two April Fool’s jokes I’ve noticed thus far:

  • Google TiSP — It would be real­ly cool if this one were for real… Cool, if not a lit­tle gross.
  • The SnÅ«zNLÅ«z Alarm Clock — I am so very grate­ful this one isn’t for real; some­one would buy it for me and I’d be broke in no time!

And here are sev­er­al dozen more pranks that I did­n’t expe­ri­ence first hand! Enjoy!

3 thoughts on “April Fool’s Day”

  1. Hi. This com­ment is off the top­ic, but I have an issue with Raven’s anti­spam, that I am try­ing to fig­ure out. I was think­ing it is K2 relat­ed, but now I see that you use both K2 and Raven’s and they seem to work.

    What hap­pens is that when any­one tries to com­ment the get the error mes­sage say­ing that they didn’t enter anti­spam word, while there’s no word to enter, since JS is on. Did you have a sim­i­lar prob­lem? I won­der if there could be some oth­er plu­g­in incompatibility.

    Any­thing that is com­ment relat­ed I use: Brian’s Lastest Com­ments and Sub­scribe to Comments.

  2. Turn off Ajax Com­ment­ing, it does­n’t sub­mit the prop­er Anti­spam field. I had the same prob­lem until I turned it off as well. It does­n’t real­ly serve a pur­pose and is just so much more that dial-up users have to down­load, so it was­n’t a huge loss to me.

    But that should get it to work. :)

  3. I might have some dif­fer­ent issue. I turned AJAX off (I love the AJAX com­ment­ing though), and even tried it with clas­sic theme with oth­er plu­g­ins turned off to no avail. This might be issue with WP instal­la­tion. I’ll try to do a clean install on my test serv­er, and see how that goes.

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