On the list of “Things the Internet Is Useful For,” lulz rank pretty highly (second only to porn, of course).
Online pranks are as old as the ARPANET itself. This April Fools’ Day, 2G1P is celebrating internet jokesters by chatting with three developers who can turn your web browser (or a co-worker’s, if you’re sneaky enough) into a veritable fun house of chortles, guffaws, and confusion.
This week on 2 Girls 1 Podcast, Alli and Jen (actors who perform weird internet stuff on stage) talk with Eric Bailey, Clayburn Griffin, and Steven Frank about their devious Chrome extensions which will transform “millennials” to “Snake People,” “The Cloud” into “My Butt,” and plaster Nicolas Cage all over Wikipedia.
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