Edge On The Clock: Microsoft Bans April Fool’s Day Pranks
Monday is April Fool’s Day, but you won’t see any foolishness from Microsoft.
It is banning employees from pulling pranks this year, at least any the public might see.
Tech companies traditionally go big on April Fool’s Day.
Google had to apologize for its prank in 2016.
Gmail users who clicked on a special send button had a gif of a Minion from “Despicable Me” added to each email.
One guy claimed he was fired after emailing his boss.
Plus, spring breakers are finding clever ways to sneak booze onto the beach and a talented dad from Connecticut is now an internet sensation, thanks to an impromptu rendition of Ave Maria.