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It's official: Yahoo confirms that Yahoo Buzz, MyBlogLog, Altavista, AllTheWeb ... will go, as will the Traffic APIs. Delicious seems likely to go, too.
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from Sebastian 1463 Days ago #
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I call that suicide in installments. Without all the services they shut down, I can use my Yahoo-ID for, hmmm, what? [long pause] Oh yeah, pipes and site explorer, as long as those don't cease to exist. Depressing.



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from benacheson 1462 Days ago #
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Microsoft is making a big mistake. The number of major web assets is limited, and relatively small given the size and reach of the web. Bing is so far behind Google. All they're doing is chipping away at Google's competition, exposing Google further and increasing the Google monopoly.



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from Jill 1462 Days ago #
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@benacheson isn't this about Yahoo not Microsoft?



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