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Bob Lefsetz today, writing about Yahoo:

“I used to use your news page as my homepage, but now it’s filled with advertising, you’re winning, but I’m losing. But not for long. This is how you lose me.”

My sentiments exactly! As usual, Lefsetz gets it right.

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National Post | News

A heavy downpour was causing localized flooding and transportation problems in the Toronto area Wednesday evening.

A Toronto Hydro map shows that at least seven areas of the city lost power.

Police had closed part of the busy north-south Don Valley Parkway shortly after 10 p.m. due to flooding (between Bloor St. and the Gardiner Expressway).

There was no immediate word on when the highway might reopen.

The Toronto Transit Commission had earlier advised customers that trains were bypassing a subway station (Lawrence) due to flooding.

Shuttle buses were brought into service to move passengers around the affected station in the north end of the city.

The heavy rain had also flooded numerous underpasses and city streets.

In a special weather statement, Environment Canada had called for 30 to 40 millimetres of rain tapering off later in the evening.

There were no immediate reports of any injuries related to the…

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Dear Yahoo,

I’ve been going steady with you for a long time. Maybe ten years? Not sure – maybe even more. But like an unfaithful partner, you have driven me away.  It’s the advertising that killed our relationship. There must have been a better way for you to monetize your product. But I just could not stand the clutter on the screen – advertising here, there, everywhere. Enough. I have transferred my affection to Google, and I think i might even enjoy this new relationship. I’ll miss you, Yahoo, because you were user-friendly and you met all my needs for surfing the net. I’m looking forward to my new relationship with Google. I hope it stays user-friendly and that I will enjoy using it. I wish you luck, Yahoo, but I think there will be plenty of users like me, who go looking for a better alternative. Bye bye!

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