Weekend tech reading: What is Yahoo?

Matthew

TS Evangelist
That straightforward question has so far baffled the people who run the company. I got a taste of the fuzziness when I visited Carol Bartz, then the chief executive, back in 2010. She was funny, profane and articulate, except on…

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gwailo247

TechSpot Chancellor
Considering what China is doing, the US needs hackers in its employ to protect us. Simple as that. I just hope that the NSA can understand that they probably need the hackers more than the hackers need the NSA, and tailor their treatment of them accordingly. Hopefully both sides can meet in the middle for a fruitful partnership.
 

ikesmasher

TS Evangelist
yahoo is a joke now. They have awful news writers, their email system is worse since they changed it from the old version, and its just a mess to use. I mean, look at Chris chase articles. for the last few years yahoo has quickly gone downhill. and I only use my email accounts with them for spam and surveys.
 

Jillxz

TS Rookie
I wanted on , but too many user reviews that said it had bad reception . So that is definitely a deal breaker for me.
 

ramonsterns

TS Enthusiast
"Yeah, Valve is a big company and I'm not into that, so I'm gonna go on this other big company instead."

Antonov most likely left because he was offered a bigger paycheck.

Also, I'd watch Bill Nye the Science Guy show again.
 

Zoltan Head

TS Booster
Considering what China is doing, the US needs hackers in its employ to protect us. Simple as that. I just hope that the NSA can understand that they probably need the hackers more than the hackers need the NSA, and tailor their treatment of them accordingly. Hopefully both sides can meet in the middle for a fruitful partnership.
Interesting, but I am struggling to connect it with the OP? :confused::)
 

ET3D

TechSpot Paladin
"Yeah, Valve is a big company and I'm not into that, so I'm gonna go on this other big company instead."

Antonov most likely left because he was offered a bigger paycheck.
I tend to believe him. I think that most people who want to work on games won't be happy working at Valve. Valve's main business is Steam. It still produces an occasional game, but nothing high concept or that an artist would feel a real satisfaction to work on.