• http://drewschug.com DrewSchug

    This article could have just as easily been titled 8 Yahoo products you’ve never heard of. Minus the directory

  • http://www.stealthmode.com hardaway

    Yahoo Groups is a mainstay for churches, affinity groups, and people who know nothing about technology. I have a 2000 person email group that has been running on it since 2000. I wouldn’t even know where to migrate it seamlessly, even though I know how to use most tech tools. Google Groups doesn’t have the same functionality.

  • http://www.michaelmerritt.org/ Michael Merritt

    I’d be upset to see Flickr get shut down. I think it has one of the best interfaces and features of any photo hosting service, including Facebook’s.

  • http://twitter.com/joedevon Joe Devon ®

    Only if you haven’t been paying attention. 

  • Matt McGee

     Really, Drew?

  • Matt McGee

    Agreed 100%. I’ve been using Yahoo Groups since before Yahoo bought it! It was Onelist and then became eGroups and then Yahoo bought it — and the product hasn’t developed much since then.

    And you’re right that Google Groups is not an adequate replacement.

  • http://twitter.com/JCHXIII Jack Hutchinson

    I’d be sad to see Flickr go. Also 
    Yahoo Groups hosts some good, well, groups! 

  • http://twitter.com/boxmusique David

    I can’t see Yahoo shutting down Flickr. I think they’d be more likely to sell it. As for the rest of the listed services, I can’t say I’d mourn any of them.

  • http://drewschug.com DrewSchug

    Don’t get me wrong, I personally have heard of them. Let me clarify by saying that businesses and people that Yahoo relies upon for a more mass appeal have not heard of these products.

  • http://www.stanleyoppenheimer.com searchengineman

     It’s really sad to see … a mixture of hope’s and dreams, ritually slaughtered.
    I think the first thing.  The new Yahoo CEO better do is hire a security team/bodyguard service or George Clooney “From: Up in the Air (Movie), to handle the disgruntled yahoo tech employee’s who didn’t jump ship when they should have.  I think his popularity will be in Citi Bank Executive level. This is really ugly.  It’s like watching a train wreck in slow motion.

    Searchengineman

  • http://snipurl.com/2336w5u

    my classmate’s mother-in-law brought home $12865 the previous week. she is working on the internet and got a $522100 house. All she did was get blessed and put into action the directions revealed on that web site top of this comment

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Adam-Goff/100003745805608 Adam Goff

    my classmate’s sister-in-law makes $84 hourly on the laptop. She has been fired for 7 months but last month her income was $9078 just working on the laptop for a few hours. Go to this site N u t t y R i c h dot cöm