It was hard to find links that I could trust to be genuine over the last 24 hours. In case you missed any of the many April Fools Day pranks on the internet, here's a master list.
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I'm From Driftwood. True short stories by gay people published with the intent of helping young people who struggle with coming out. (via Buzzfeed)
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Weird and Wonderful Images found in old (or even ancient) books from all over. A small taste will make you want to seek out and read the entire source!
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Only three years after the Challenger disaster, NASA almost lost the shuttle Atlantis. At the time, news for the public made it seem minor, but the astronauts knew better. (via Bad Astronomy Blog)
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If you want to feel better about your own writing skills, take a look at this book excerpt. There, now you feel like Mark Twain, don't you? (via Metafilter)
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The federal government  has tripled the tax credit for making your home more energy efficient. Then there's also the money you'll save on your energy bills to consider.
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The origins of some of your favorite foods. You have to wonder why people say "as American as hot dogs," when the hamburger has a better claim.