Search is essential to every service that Yahoo offers.
The Internet is not nearly as fail-safe as the phone system.
Open is something, I think, that will continue to drive a lot of innovation.
People should think about e-mail as something where they are archiving their lives.
Yahoo! is dedicated to promoting community awareness through outreach, education and information access.
Fundamentally, if you look at where the environmental issues are coming from, it’s all because of humans and our impact on the environment, so while it’s true that one individual is not going to sufficiently fix the environment, it is a necessary thing.
Microsoft has tried to do a lot of things in search… thrown a lot of money. But nothing they have done has worked at all.
Online advertising is display plus search.
I am incredibly proud to return to the Yahoo board.
Search as a paradigm will continue to be probably even increasingly important because the information that’s out there is only going to grow exponentially – and the only way to sort through all that is by some form of search.
What’s been important with Flickr is the community that’s been there from the beginning and the serious photographers that are there creating and sharing great content. If we lose that at some point then I think we have potential issues, but so far we’ve been able to do a really good job of maintaining that.
Hire passionate employees.
Hack Days were initially started for Yahoo employees.