Without rain, there is no life.
I wanted to be able to do things at my own pace, make mistakes and nobody would care.
Obviously, no one knows when the market is going to bottom out, and I am certainly not an economist.
My time at Yahoo, from its founding to the present, has encompassed some of the most exciting and rewarding experiences of my life.
I believe Yahoo!'s best years are still ahead of it.
The Curbside founders are successful entrepreneurs, who each have sold their companies to Apple.
You have to ask what is going to happen to a lot of companies when there is not a lot more money to be gotten. That changes everybody's perspective, I think.
The time has come for me to pursue other interests outside of Yahoo.
Certainly Yahoo! wouldn't exist without the sort of environment that Stanford gave us to allow us to create it.
I thought I wanted to be an electrical engineer, which I turned out to be. But I was always curious about other things too, and what if I got interested in history or the law?
Any enterprise that is serious about experiencing the power of Big Data in real-time should be looking at DataTorrent.
China's Web has grown away from just duplicating services from the U.S.
Companies such as Microsoft, Cisco and Intel were just starting at their 10-year anniversary.
Companies that banked their future on broadband - most of them are not very successful.
I don't think Yahoo can be Facebook tomorrow, and don't think Yahoo wants to be Facebook.
For un-subscribe please check the mail footer.