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Wednesday, April 01, 2009

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Google Japan’s prank was better, when you search some words on Google Japan, Google makes a senryu with the words. It is called CADIE technology. :-) This is much more thoughtful, right?
April fools’ pranks should either have a tinge of truth or make me grin like a tiny fool. This one impressed me very much: "2ch has started to use the domain ".orz" And I almost got tricked by this one: the company MemoLi developed the photo retouching tool "occhocochoi" (hasty), which lets you remove your finger from photos.

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It was fun to watch before, but recently there haven’t been any good pranks.
The hottest topic was Tsuburaya’s (Ultra Man) site. Today, it became Kanegon's blog (cute money eating monster).
This was picked up by many blogs too: the official site of Cyborg 009. Today, 009 changed into Tensai Bakabon's Papa, which is a very popular gag manga/anime. His manga collaborated with COMME des GARCONS and the shoes sold in a French online shop. (I want it!)

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This is much more thoughtful, right?
April fools’ pranks should either have a tinge of truth or make me grin like a tiny fool. This one impressed me very much: "2ch has started to use the domain ".orz" And I almost got tricked by this one: the company MemoLi developed the photo retouching tool "occhocochoi" (hasty), which lets you remove your finger from photos.

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CADIE technology is both strange and interesting.

In America, she (it?) produced a 3D version of Google Chrome.

I heard that if you look at Google maps, a picture of CADIE is there as the cursor. But if you go to Japan, 'Gachapin' is your cursor. Did you see it?

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yes that funny part,don't send us ghost photos.

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I liked the "Occhocochoi" prank. For some reason, this part seemed very funny to me:

心霊写真をおくらないでください。

If the process were real, I wonder what it would do to this kind of photograph?

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