According to a recent study, US companies are going to spend more on Facebook ads. Yes, the ads that come on your Facebook page.
MyBlogLog is a popular service among bloggers. It served mainly as a social network for bloggers. This probably made it very exclusive and quite active. It had 45,000 blogs subscribing to it and in 2007 catastrophe struck. No, it did not shut down but was bought by Yahoo for about $10 million. Sure enough, Yahoo […]
There is a popular saying that ‘Rome was not built-in a day’. Yes, the Roman empire took hundreds of years to reach its pinnacle and eventually took a couple of centuries to be completely ruined. Throughout history we have seen large empires being brought down by the heady cocktail of lack of clarity from leaders, […]
Delicious-App is the best way to move from Delicious to Google bookmarks, which includes converting all Delicious tags into labels for Google Bookmarks
Wow, one more feather has been added to Facebook now. According to comScore, Facebook has overtaken Yahoo and has become the third largest website.
Dear Google, There are many geeks around the world and one thing almost every geek has is an active Delicious account to mark up his favourite webpages. Yes, it is the only online service which is owned by Yahoo and a tech lover actually cares about. Not to forget your own Google Bookmarks is not […]
There has been many talks going on about Delicious being removed or closed by Yahoo!. It has just been disclosed by Yahoo! that they are selling Delicious to some other company but not closing it down.
In their blog they had mentioned that Yahoo will not shut down Delicious they just want a new home for it. That means they are going to sell it. According to the blog they said
Delicious is a popular social bookmarking site started in 2003 and acquired by Yahoo! in 2005.
The spotlight center focus dawned on Yahoo! after the series of layoffs couple of days back. About 650 to 700 employees are rumored to have lost their jobs, primarily from the product department headed by Blake Irwing. Most of the layoffs clashed with the team coordinating with Delicious. Followed by the screenshot revealing the plans to cut off on Delicious.
I have always felt jealous by the Yahoo emoticon’s look and feel and the way there are more options there. Have you ever tried to update your Facebook status or send a emoticon to someone on their wall? It appears as a simple text smiley. Well now you can get your favorite emoticons on Facebook. You just need to install this Greasemonkey script and see the magic happen. 😉
Google will allow Yahoo accounts users to sign-up to their services using Open ID. This will not need any Yahoo email to be verified. A look at what this will mean for Google as a service.