Yahoolicious ~ is now a Yahoo company

" will continue to run its own website, which allows users to create a personal account so they can create a page devoted to their favorite online articles, music and reviews. The material can be shared with others simply by sending along the web link. The content also can be identified with labels, or tags, to make it simpler to find."
"We're proud to announce that has joined the Yahoo! family.  Together we'll continue to improve how people discover, remember and share on the Internet, with a big emphasis on the power of community.  We're excited to be working with the Yahoo! Search team - they definitely get social systems and their potential to change the web." Joshua,
"Always luv the subtle subdomains that make up the name! So smart! After Flickr (picture sharing) and Upcoming (event sharing), it is now confirmed that there is a stealth battle for social networks buyout. Corporate gluttony in my book, usually leads to tragedy." Netdiver
"I will be staying with until the moment that a) obtrusive ads appear b) I am required to get a Yahoo account, or c) a major feature (RSS, APIs) gets broken. Yahoo, please take note." Mazatapec
Well for me, it is still early for anything. Maybe it is a good thing. Maybe not.

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