I’ve seen this pop-up without fanfare : http://downloads.yahoo.com/ Look a lot like CNET’s Download.com Hope it work, they had enough drama lately.
Read that on CNET this morning. As a big user and lover of Flickr, that’s a great news! Flickr’s overhaul holds promise of restored glory http://www.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-57427800-93/flickrs-overhaul-holds-promise-of-restored-glory/
Yes, this time it’s MyBlogLog. So on May 24, 2011 it’s going to be no more, if you where paying for the service you’ll get refunded etc. It was a good service, but yet again I think it was poorly promoted, more and more now its facebook feature that we see being installed. So! What…
From Valleywag: Über-Programmer Ditches Yahoo Over ‘Lame’ Microsoft Deal No one likes Yahoo’s search deal with Microsoft. Wall Street wanted more up front money; tech elites called it an abdication, a “shame” and “seppuku.” Now Yahoo is losing a programming icon over the embarrassing arrangement. Rasmus Lerdorf, inventor of the PHP programming language, confirms he…
Look like Yahoo updated it’s search result page this morning!
Nice article on ZDnet : Images: Dinosaur sightings: Old search engines Remember theses?
Today Yahoo! added in my Y! mail application, among them a WordPress Apps. See to offer the same features that i would have from the Post/Add new on my own admin page. You only need to give it your XMPRPC url and user/pass. (this post have been made with it)
From CNET: http://news.cnet.com/8301-17939_109-10244981-2.html?part=rss&subj=news&tag=2547-1_3-0-20 Guessing the user’s intent is the centerpiece of Yahoo’s efforts on improving search these days, and it needs to find objects, rather than documents, to make that happen.
Wasn’t my first experience with a webpresence, but in the late 90’s that where i was hosting my realaudio stream before podcasting was invented. I’ll miss you GeoCities. It was really Internet to the people. In a time where we where more producers than consumers. CNET: Now closing: GeoCites, a relic of Web’s early days
Could be fun ! http://download.cnet.com/8301-2007_4-10214086-12.html?part=rss&subj=news&tag=2547-1_3-0-20 Yahoo releases a version of Messenger that’s just for the iPhone and iPod Touch.