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What of my Yahoo?!

I am a yahoo! customer, a paying one at that. I like the email solution, its really neat, plus its currently unlimited in terms of storage.

I do not like hotmail that much, nor am I a great fan of Microsoft software.

That leaves me wondering - what on earth will happen when MS takes over Yahoo?! Will I suddenly see adverts on my webmail client (something I pay not to see), will my email client turn all bluey/grey rather than the subtle white I currently have? Will I have to do the unthinkable and move it all away elsewhere?

Where? Google perhaps?

Anyone else worried like this, or is it just me...


  1. Blogger Crucifer says @ 4:49 am
    Adverts on webmail clients only happen if they're free ones like Hotmail. If you pay, you won't get adverts (or shouldn't).

    Also, if you are a paying customer, I would argue that Yahoo (and any purchaser of them) have a contract to obligate.

    I'm not a big fan of Microsoft but at the same time I'm not a big fan of anyone else. I find Apple fans a little too fanboi for my liking. Linux (or open source) seems the way forward but non-geeks/nerds are fenced out and treated with derision.

    It seems the problem is not with the technology but with the people and their attitudes.

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