Written on March 21st, 2005 at 10:03 am by Darren Rowse

Yahoo buys Flickr - Confirmed

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FlickrBlog confirms the rumors that everyone has been talking about recently - Yahoo! has bought Flickr:

‘Holy smokes, SOMEBODY out there is bad at keeping secrets!! Yes! We can finally confirm that Yahoo has made a definitive agreement to acquire Flickr and us, Ludicorp. Smack the tattlers and pop the champagne corks!

Woohoo! What does this mean? It means that we’ll no longer have to draw straws to see who gets paid, schedule conjugal visits between trips to the colo….wait! That’s not what you want to know. This is what you want to know:’

Congratulations flickr - another example of an innovative web based development being bought up by the big guys.

Found via Kris Krug

One Response to “Yahoo buys Flickr - Confirmed”

  • Yahoo to buy Flickr - Confirmed
    Thanks again to enternetusers for
    keeping me up to date with what is happening in the sector.
    Flickr is a great little service, and it is good to see that the little
    guys can still launch services that will be of interest to the big
    guys. …

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