April 1, 2013 at 9:09 AM ET
Our pre-caffeine roundup is a collection of the hottest, strangest, and most amusing stories of the morning.
A wise man once called April Fool's Day "the worst day of the Internet of the year," and odds are that you'll feel the same at some point on Monday. We're here to hold your hand through this terrible day by keeping track of some of the best and worst April Fool's Day jokes on the Internet.
A bunch of people were mad about Sunday's Google Doodle. Here's why.
Noticed a lot of profile pictures changing this week on Facebook? This Facebook map shows same-sex marriage support.
The Russian government is censoring the Internet ... you know, for the kids!
"When will Apple get serious about security?" asks the Verge.
"This is no 'golden age' of journalism. These are the news media end times," says On The Media's Bob Garfield, in this rather fascinating rant. Well, I enjoyed it, anyway.
In closing: The best uses for leftover Easter Peeps! (Cause you know eatin' 'em is never an option.)