Yahoo! Search blog:
Great Tastes That Go Great Together — I've been a big fan of del.icio.us, the social bookmarking service Joshua Schachter created, for quite a while now. So much so that when Dave Taylor recently asked for "experts" to help explain What's so cool about del.icio.us?, I was glad to masquerade as an expert.
Discussion: Charlene Li's Blog, Things That, The Browster Blog, The Unofficial Yahoo! Weblog, tecosystems, michael parekh on IT, Joseph Scott's Blog, Conversion Rater, Flashpoint, IP Democracy, Alec Saunders .LOG, loose wire, PaidContent.org, The Unofficial Apple Weblog, Weblogsky, Micro Persuasion, SiliconBeat, The Social Software Weblog, PodTech Comments …, Solution Watch, Marketing Pilgrim, Geeking with Greg, Clickety Clack and Zoli's Blog
Brad Hill / The Unofficial Yahoo! Weblog: Yahoo! Acquires Del.icio.us
Sogrady / tecosystems: YAHOO'S GOT GOOD TASTE
Michael / michael parekh on IT: ON YAHOO! BUYING DEL.ICIO.US
Joseph Scott / Joseph Scott's Blog: Yahoo Buys Del.icio.us
Pat McCarthy / Conversion Rater: del.icio.us acquired by Yahoo!
Ian / Flashpoint: Yahoo & Del.icio.us
Cynthia Brumfield / IP Democracy: Yahoo Goes Deeper into Tagging with del.icio.us Buy
Jeremy Wagstaff / loose wire: After del.icio.us, a Directory of Other Things Yahoo! Should Buy
Jan Kabili / The Unofficial Apple Weblog: Yahoo buys del.icio.us
Jon Lebkowsky / Weblogsky: Yahoolicious — Yahoo! acquired del.icio.us, which is cool …
Steve Rubel / Micro Persuasion: Yahoo Buys del.icio.us
Michael Bazeley / SiliconBeat: Yahoo expands its Web 2.0 empire with del.icio.us
Barb Dybwad / The Social Software Weblog: Yahoo gobbles up del.icio.us
Brian Benzinger / Solution Watch: Del.icio.us Acquired by Yahoo!
Andy Beal / Marketing Pilgrim: Yahoo Acquires del.icio.us
Greg Linden / Geeking with Greg: Yahoo buys del.icio.us
Junior Hines / Clickety Clack: Yahoo Acquires del.icio.us- We're all waiting for Fred to say something
Zoli Erdos / Zoli's Blog: YAHOO Becoming (del.icio.usly) Cool Again
Brad Burnham / Union Square Ventures:
A Delicious Eight Months — On April 14th, we closed an investment in Delicious. We wrote about our initial investment here. — Eight months later, Delicious has been sold to Yahoo!. The news is on the Delicious blog. — We are thrilled to see Joshua Schachter …
Discussion: Performancing.com, Joho the Blog and Bubblegeneration Strategy Lab
Nick Wilson / Performancing.com: Surprise! Yahoo! Buys! Del.icio.us!
David Weinberger / Joho the Blog: Yahoo buys Delicious - Good all around
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Yahoo.icio.us? - Yahoo Acquires Del.icio.us — I just got off an instant message conversation with Joshua Schachter, the founder of Del.icio.us. I was asking him for any comment on the Yahoo acquisition rumors and he pointed me to the del.icio.us blog. — Yahoo has acquired Del.icio.us:
Richard MacManus / Web 2.0 Explorer: Yahoo acquires del.icio.us - just don't make it a walled garden, like My Web 2.0!
John Battelle / John Battelle's Searchblog: ANOTHER UPDATE: YAHOO ACQUIRES DEL.ICIO.US
Danny / Danny Ayers, Raw Blog: Yummy!
Shelleyp / Burningbird: Del.icio.us becomes Del.icio.us!
Richard MacManus / Read/WriteWeb: Yahoo buys del.icio.us - keep it free!
Rob Hof / TechBeat: Yahoo! Eats Del.icio.us
Om Malik on Broadband:
Yahoo! buys del.icio.us — Yahoo continues with its Web 2.0 makeover. The company snapped up the bookmarking service del.icio.us today, according to a post by founder Joshua Schachter on his website. "We look forward to bringing you new features and more servers in the future," he writes.
Discussion: Read/WriteWeb, Alec Saunders .LOG, A Jack of All Blogs and ben barren
Richard MacManus / Read/WriteWeb: Web 2.0 Weekly Wrap-up, 3 - 9 Dec 2005
Cowboy / A Jack of All Blogs: Yahoo gets hungry
Redbarren / ben barren: Google dont buy the Other Tagging Company
Gary Price / Search Engine Watch Blog:
Tag It: Acqusition, Yahoo Acquires del.icio.us — Even developing their own MyWeb 2.0 (tag, save, share service) and the Yahoo 360 set of services, Yahoo still wants more assets in the community building, tagging, and folksonomy arena. Accordingly, we've learned that del.icio.us has now been acquired by Yahoo.
Discussion: Bubblegeneration Strategy Lab, B.L. Ochman's weblog, The Kelsey Group and Guardian Unlimited
Greg Sterling / The Kelsey Group: Yahoo! Devours del.icio.us
Jack Schofield / Guardian Unlimited: Delicious bought by Y.ah.oo!
Jeff Clavier / Software Only:
Social Media Consolidation Act 8: Yahoo takes out del.icio.us — First, I apologize for my complete silence over the past week or so, but I have been completely swamped by a number of things - that I can't talk about yet, and I have just returned from Paris where I spoke at the excellent Les Blogs 2.0 organized by my buddy Loic.
Niall Kennedy / Niall Kennedy's Weblog:
Yahoo! buys del.icio.us — Yahoo! has bought social bookmarking site del.icio.us for an undisclosed amount. Joshua Schachter posted an announcement to the del.icio.us blog and mentions Yahoo!'s ability to help del.icio.us scale and keep pace with it's growing user base and site usage.
Discussion: business2blog, Full Circle Online …, cubicgarden.com, » InsideGoogle and Northern Telecom
Erick Schonfeld / business2blog: del.icio.us deal for Yahoo
Nancy White / Full Circle Online Interaction Blog: Yahoo buys del.icio.us - Think about the thread that ties things together....
Ianforrester / cubicgarden.com: Yahoo! buys Del.icio.us
Nathan Weinberg / » InsideGoogle: HOLY CRAP! YAHOO BUYS DEL.ICIO.US!
Mark Evans / Northern Telecom: del.icio.us Business Model Finally Revealed
The Doc Searls Weblog:
Burp! — Yahoo eats del.icio.us. — There's an 'icky' in 'sticky'. — Just a thought. — It's alive! — Syndication and the Live Web Economy is my latest in Linux Journal. (And just under the wire for the Syndicate conference that starts Monday.) One point: … And another:
Discussion: Rough Type
Heather Green / Blogspotting:
Yahoo Snaps Up Del.icio.us
Yahoo Snaps Up Del.icio.us
Discussion: Micro Persuasion
Mark Ward / BBC:
Sony BMG repents over CD debacle — Technology correspondent, BBC News website — Sony BMG is rethinking its anti-piracy policy following weeks of criticism over the copy protection used on CDs. — The head of Sony BMG's global digital business, Thomas Hesse, told the BBC that the company was "re-evaluating" its current methods.
Discussion: IP Democracy, Life On the Wicked Stage and TechBlog
Cynthia Brumfield / IP Democracy: Sony BMG President is Sorry...About All the Publicity
Warner Crocker / Life On the Wicked Stage: Sony In "Diligent Re-Evaluation" …
Ed Felten / Freedom to Tinker:
CD Copy Protection: The Road to Spyware
CD Copy Protection: The Road to Spyware
Discussion: Between the Lines and The Technology Liberation …
Phil Windley / Between the Lines: Active CD protection and spyware
The Carnival of the Mobilists Volume1 Issue8 — Presenting: The Carnvial of the Mobilists. This week's CoM features some outstanding observations, analysis and commentary across a range of important topics on mobility. I'm excited by the number of contributions and quality of articles in this week's CoM.
Discussion: Smart Mobs, blogher and C. Enrique Ortiz …
Jim Downing / Smart Mobs: The largest mobile phone market
Elisa Camahort / blogher: The latest Carnival of the Mobilists: credit where credit is due
Dave Winer / Scripting News:
Google sucks, there I said it — I wonder if it's Google or me, but I can't seem to get behind anything they do these days. The latest abomination is "web clips" inside Gmail. Everything about it is irritating. — First, why can't they call it RSS. That's what it's called. Not good enough for Google.
Discussion: Things That, Om Malik on Broadband, Guardian Unlimited, The Unofficial Google Weblog, Lifehacker, TechBlog and IP Democracy
Jack Schofield / Guardian Unlimited: RSS clips in Gmail (updated)
Dwight / TechBlog: RSS reader added to Google Mail
Cynthia Brumfield / IP Democracy: USA Today and Winer Pick at Google
Arshad Mohammed / Washington Post:
Comcast Seeks Edge In Phone Service — Comcast Corp. next week plans to roll out Internet phone service in Northern Virginia and suburban Maryland to try to steal customers from Verizon Communications Inc. — U.S. cable and phone companies are increasingly competing directly by trying …
Discussion: IP Democracy
Cynthia Brumfield / IP Democracy: Comcast to Roll Out VoIP in Nation's Capital
Ian Youngs / BBC:
Song sites face legal crackdown — The music industry is to extend its copyright war by taking legal action against websites offering unlicensed song scores and lyrics. — The Music Publishers' Association (MPA), which represents US sheet music companies, will launch its first campaign against such sites in 2006.
Discussion: Techdirt, Guardian Unlimited and digg
Carlo / Techdirt: Throw Them In Copyright Jail!
Jack Schofield / Guardian Unlimited: Legal crackdown on song lyric sites
Smartbomb — The Quest for Art, Entertainment, and Big Bucks in the Videogame Revolution — After immersing themselves in the video game culture by attending gaming conventions, interviewing its inventors and entrepreneurs, along with researching the history of the industry and its influence …
Stephen Shankland / CNET News.com:
Power could cost more than servers, Google warns — update A Google engineer has warned that if the performance per watt of today's computers doesn't improve, the electrical costs of running them could end up far greater than the initial hardware price tag.
Discussion: Alice Hill's Real Tech News
Jimmy Daniels / Alice Hill's Real Tech News: Power Costs Could Overtake Server Costs