Fiddle Dee Dee – Is Yahoo Gone With The Wind?

by Tom Tsinas April 10th, 2008 

With the flurry of news stories running rampant over the past 24-48 hours, poor Scarlett Yahoo must be exhausted. Who indeed to take to the cotillion? There's that awful Rhett MSN or that nice Ashley Wilkes Google.

Frankly, I'm reminded of the opening scene with Scarlett on the veranda cloying with prospective suitors and the saga is all a little exhausting. Makes me want for a nice Mint Julip and a nap until this whole silly thing blows over

Afterall, tomorrow is just another trading day.

But seriously, I have to wonder if there's not something bigger to this Yahoo/Google partnership thingy. Not because it makes any thing approaching sense. Not because Google seems better prepared to monetize Yahoo's own content/search property. Not even because I have a slight dark side that's easily titillated by the prospect of LOCKING the fox — and I don't mean Rupert Murdoch — into the henhouse.

No, what makes me think this is a foregone conclusion, a fait accompli with larger ramifications that even we can't understand is the unstated endorsement by no less than Eric Schmidt, Google CEO himself.

You do have to wonder, after all, what else a man who prefers Yahoo!Mail to his own Gmail might have a Yahoo! predilection for.

Yahoo!Mail. Preferred by Google CEO's everywhere!

Hmmmmm…..

Have a good one!

~The (SEP) Guy

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2 Responses to “Fiddle Dee Dee – Is Yahoo Gone With The Wind?”

  1. Dave says:

    Its more than likely that Google and Yahoo will merge one day.

  2. The Doug says:

    I don't think that will happen, Dave. I think that the regulatory boards would never allow Google to join merge with Yahoo or Microsoft because even if Microsoft and Yahoo join they still won't be as big as Google is in search.