According to today's paper - Yahoo is paying $1.1 billion for Tumblr, in an effort to be more competitive with today's online markets. Maybe I haven't looked closely, but I find Tumblr unattractive to view. They're also impossible to work with if someone copies your content and puts it there.
A did a reasonably long blog post about all this yesterday, entitled "Yahoo Buying Tumblr ~ Tumblr Users Doomed". Perturbs me that I'm not allowed to say where, because I would really like to get the word out. Basically, it says you can expect Yahoo to treat their new Tumblr users as they treat what's left of their current Yahoo Voices users.
by Simon Cook 5 years ago
Yahoo seem to be getting better and have seen an increase of traffic since the new 'boss' came in! Now they've purchases Linkedin - how is this going to change the online world of search? Will Yahoo become a more business oriented search engine? How can I as a writer leverage this link-up! Out of...
by R.Gates 9 years ago
How do you see today's economy affecting the specialization of youth sports? I personally feel that we're taking this "all my eggs in one basket and I'll pay anything to get my 8yr old to college" approach to far. What are your thoughts?
by John Coviello 5 years ago
Did Yahoo Make A Big Mistake Buying Tumblr?Wondering about people's opinions regarding the big price that Yahoo paid for the fledgling. Do you think it is a savvy business move that will help Yahoo or a big mistake that will alienate Tumblr users and turn into a bad move by Yahoo?
by revotrad 8 years ago
Today everybody's life is connected with the internet in one way or the another and most of them are frequent users of search engines and most of them are active users of google. So what if google suddenly disappears will the daily activites of internet users will be affected..............
by fishskinfreak2008 8 years ago
Web-site/URL: http://news.yahoo.com/s/yblog_exclusive … NhbGFkcw--According to this article, the Democrats are now down to only 204 seats in the House and...
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