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Posted: 3:02 p.m. Monday, April 1, 2013
BAY AREA —
It's April Fool's Day and the Internet is swamped with prank stories from online publications, both national and local, as well as from the biggest names in business, like Google and Netflix.
Here's a collection of local organizations that either particpated in today's buffonery or at least passed on the jokes:
Cruise ship visits Berkeley waterfront
Chipotle memo states chain taking over El Faro
Google Treasure Maps
Love With Food
Love With Weed
Samsung Electronics announces availability of Eco Trees, a smart companion for a richer, sustainable, healthier life
San Francisco Bay Guardian
SF startup taking over Muni's most dysfunctional routes
SFBG.com to start charging for "premium content"
San Francisco Chronicle
Drones May Soon Deliver Your Newspaper In The French Province Of Auvergne
Delfina gets another A+ for their April Fools’ Day press release: House-made water
Apologetic Morrissey Announces Month-Long S.F. Residency, With Ticket Insurance
Canon to Produce $7,000 Camera Phone
The San Francisco 49ers:
Jim Harbaugh launches clothing line
Hunters & Gathers, a New Paleo-Themed Bar and Grill From FSC Barber
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