I shall return now and again to update this list. There are lots of April Fool's jokes today, but few have impressed. In particular, Google's seems more amateurish than previous efforts. These are a few I enjoyed:
Eric Turkewitz, who runs the fine New York Personal Injury Law blog, is selling the site on Ebay.
Media-cost cutting claims another victim.
While I wasn't pleased with the American version, Google's Australian site is debuting some practical technology.
Kodak debuts the iCamera, or is the Eye Camera?
As for the Conficker worm, it's not a joke.
Update: The just-announced Alpine Legend game for Xbox 360 looks like a blast, especially for fans of Guitar Hero, Ricola cough drops, and goats.
And: Despite what Gideon says, the April 1st version of his blog A Public Defender is seven kinds of awesome.
More gaming: Another reason the Nintendo Wii will continue to outsell the competition.
So far the redesign of Gizmodo's front page is the best April 1st prank. Outstandingly funny, and a bit subtle (it took me about 15 seconds to get the joke.)
Much more impressive than Google's offerings is Yahoo's announcement of the first ideological filter for search engines. Many, many people would like to have this feature. Even better, it works! I searched for Ted Stevens on blue filter, and got the Huffington Post, while on red filter I got Newsmax.