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Get a free GIFt at your door every time you send a GIF

Max Knoblauch
Finally, a reason to use even more GIFs. The "GIFt Delivery" Tumblr — a covert April Fools' Day project by Giphy — promises to ship a gift to your home every time you share a GIF. The promotional video is a delightfully weird throwback to the '90s local television era Featuring all the best GIFs (including blingees and pizza), this service is sure to rival the U.S. Postal Service in sheer volume within the day. Marvel's newest superhero movie stars adorable puppies Alright, alright, alright: Lincoln is bringing back the Continental Terrifying zombies on the subway may be taking things a bit too far Bob Barker came on down for a ‘Price is Right’ return Read more... More about Videos, Gifts, April Fools Day, Weird, and Marketing

We asked and you thanked: Our favorites from the American Greetings ThankList challenge

Mashable BrandLab
Let it be known: Expressing gratitude is easy Last week, Mashable and American Greetings challenged the world to put on their thanking caps and tweet out some much deserved –- and probably overdue -– thank you notes with the #ThankList The response was overwhelming Swarms of Twitter users cast aside their excuses and carved out a little time to show appreciation for the people who matter most to them: family, friends, mentors and inspirations. Using the #ThankList, we created a massive display of thankfulness for the entire Internet to see And while every note is unique and meaningful in its own way, we wanted to share 13 tweets that we think are extra thankful Read more...More about Challenge and Thanklist

Alright, alright, alright: Lincoln is bringing back the Continental

Sierra Jiminez
As Lincoln's newest spokesperson, Matthew McConaughey, said during his role on True Detective: Time is a flat circle. At the New York International Auto Show, which opened on April 1, Lincoln showed off its remake of the old classic, the Continental — literally, on a rotating, flat circle Mashable's Lance Ulanoff was there with Ford's CEO Mark Fields to get a closer look at the company's remake of the old favorite. Terrifying zombies on the subway may be taking things a bit too far Bob Barker came on down for a ‘Price is Right’ return This woman got a free BMW when a prank turned out to be real Marvel's newest superhero movie stars adorable puppies Read more... More about New York City, Business, Dev Design, New York Auto Show, and Travel Leisure