April 02, 2008
New Productivity Tool, FoolOrNot, Launches
Kapa'a, Kaua'i, HI -- 2 April 2008 (DENOUNCE NEWSWIRE) -- FoolOrNot Corporation announced today the release of FoolOrNot, a new web service aimed at worker productivity. Simply put, the service helps web users determine if a link they're about to click on will take them to content that is an April Fool's style joke or not.
To use FoolOrNot, users first pay an annual fee of $129, and then are able to copy and paste up to 12 URL's into the site, to determine if any of the URLs point to April Fool's style content. Customers can pay an additional $49 for each additional dozen URLs.
FoolOrNot also offers the $79.95 FoolOrNot FireFox Browser Plugin, which enables web users to simply hover their mouse cursor over a link or button to determine before clicking whether that link will take the user to content deemed "foolish" and a practical joke. A special blinking alarm goes off if the content is deemed to contain a "RickRoll" experience.
"RickRoll detection alone is worth billions to us in global workforce productivity," said H.R. Geiger, global head of H.R. for IBM Corporation. "FoolOrNot is an essential component of our productivity strategy."
About FoolOrNot Corporation
Posted by denounce on April 2, 2008 10:13 AM
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