Did you fall for it? April Fools' jokes circulating around the Web
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Marcio Jose Sanchez, Associated Press
Google is known for creating some elaborate pranks for April Fools’ Day and this year the company started a little early by releasing the "shelfie." Gmail users who logged into their accounts yesterday or today were greeted with the option of changing their mailbox theme to a "shelfie," which is a combination of the words "share" and "selfie." Users could change their mailbox's background picture with a selfie then share the image with their friends.
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