April Fool's Day has become the ultimate Internet holiday. Memes, jokes, gags, and fake products abound as tech companies go crazy with April Fools' jokes. Want an automatic selfie bot that follows you around and takes stellar selfies? Or maybe you're in the mood for a Pokémon-catching challenge.
While several sites and companies try to outright prank visitors with fake news stories and bogus announcements, YouTube's taking a bit of a different approach. In a bit of a roleplay scenario, YouTube is pretending to celebrate 100 years on the Web with a look back at what the video sharing site would have been like in 1911. Say what?