Today we have a list of the big April fools pranks that were pulled across the web yesterday.
Humbled by Topeka’s decision to temporarily rename itself as “Google”, the website returned the favor by taking up the city’s former moniker.
Urlesque has handed the reigns over to everyone’s favorite nerd, Steve Urkel, who has re-branded the site as “Urkelesque”.
ThinkGeek has started rolling out their annual April Fools day “too-good-to-be-true” geek gift collection, starting with this iPad arcade accessory.
Improv Everywhere joined in on the April Fools Day fun by pulling their most risque stunt to date, The “No Underwear Subway Ride.”
Hipster Runoff’s Alt Report ran a story this morning about Pitchfork’s unprecedented review of MGMT’s new album, giving it a perfect 10.
Funny Or Die has become “Bieber Or Die” today, featuring videos of the actual Justin Bieber reenacting some iconic memes from the past.
TechCrunch posted an article late last night about Google’s intention to switch to nuclear power.
YouTube introduced a new bandwidth-saving service today that let’s you watch videos down-converted to basic text.
Starbucks introduced two new sizes today: The 128 oz “Plenta” and the 2 oz “Micra”.
College Humor has been taken offline due to “un-American sentiment.”
Cnet UK ran a story this morning from Apple admitting that the iPad was all just one big joke.
Today’s featured article on Wikipedia’s front page is all about the traditional western practice of “wife selling.”
The popular online Twitter client Hoot Suite announced this morning that they were switching to a fully-3D dashboard.
Kodak announced a new product this morning, Aromatography, which would apply the scent of whatever you were photographing to the picture as well.
Blizzard announced their new line-up of mobile games due out this spring, including “Blackthorne 2: Thorne Harder” and “Queen’s Quest”
Google UK plans to develop an app for Android phones that will translate Animal sounds into speech.
4Chan added a new feature that lets you post your crude content to Facebook as well.
Popular NYC food blog Eater NY posted as article this morning about In-N-Out’s new NYC franchise location.
Another one from Cnet UK, this time a story about a man claiming to be from the future being arrested at CERN.
The Guardian ran this story about the Labour party’s edgy new campaign, which essentially amounts to candidate Gordon Brown calling out David Cameron for a fist fight.
Shell Vacations is promoting their new service that lets guests book rooms that are designed to be easier on left-handed patrons.
AOL Radio’s blog posted a number of unreleased Beatles tracks today.
xkcd has become unixkcd today, turning the whole site into a Unix command prompt.
Deviant Art replaced all it’s users profile icons with Twilight and Lady Gaga icons.
IvyGate got exclusive word today that two new schools were up for induction into the Ivy League.
Film School Rejects took a time machine back to April 1st, 1980.
Yelp sent out a casting call looking for contestants for it’s new reality show, based on the review site.
Popular torrent search site, The Pirate Bay, has reverted to “retro style.”
The PETA blog ran an story about a French geneticists attempt to make rats cuter by splicing their DNA with rabbit DNA.
Amazon announced they’d be releasing a Kindle version of the Harry Potter series written entirely in runic characters.
Following Google’s lead, Let Me Google That For You had now become Let Me Topeka That For You.
LSU announced they’d be installing new purple turf for their Tigers to be play on.
Screen Junkies posted about a new Robocop movie directed by Darren Aronofsky, in which Avatar’s Sam Worthington is set to star.
Not so much a prank as it is a rock solid April Fools Day pun.
The popular Harry Potter fan site has become a Glee fan site today.
Google Voice recognized that people felt a certain nostalgia for the way voicemail used to be, so they implemented changes today to make their service a little more old school.
GMail is experiencing a temporary vowel outage.
Chat Roulette’s new service, Wed Roulette, helps you find a partner who is looking to get engaged RIGHT NOW.
Popular adult toy website babeland is offering a new chocolate rabbit vibrator just in time for Easter.
Battle.net introduced a new service where you could be matched up with the love of your life to go out and pwn some n00bs with.
JibJab launches a Chat Roulette variant that connects you with people in their birthday suits.
Google is introducing a new program to help incentivize using their RSS reader.
CuteOverload is lousy with Rick Astley today.
The Austin Chronicle ran a story about the University of Texas’ intention to kill their athletics program.
The Economist ran a very in-depth article about Russia’s involvement in the lucrative olive oil industry.
Google New Zealand is timing their search results with some less than standard timing systems.
Google Books implemented a new feature that lets you read in 3D. (3D is the “it” joke this April Fools.)
In the tradition of Muppet Babies, the web series “The Guild” released an episode portraying the groups as babies.
Wil Wheton divulged some details about a top-secret Star Trek reunion.
The Weather Underground ran a story about how global warming unearthed an entire race of warrior merman and mermaids in the arctic.
The Flickrpad is Flickr’s answer to the Apple iPad.
The band Coldplay released details about their new branded cologne. They even added it to their merch site.
Glamour has become “Glamour Pets” for the day.
WikiTrips’ featured destination today is Mordor.
Ben & Jerry released a revolutionary new way to experience ice cream called “ice screen.”
Hulu “accidentally” leaked a confidential video from our alien overlords.
Google Docs is going to start letting users store anything. Yes, anything.Best of the Web: April Fools