Joshua Schachter’s ramblings about Delicious — the Web bookmarking service he founded in 2003, sold to Yahoo in 2005, and quit in 2008 — continue.
“I wish I had not sold it to them. The cash and freedom do not even come close,” he said. (The context was questioning how “cool” Yahoo is, as engineer Doug Cutting leaves.)
He also described Yahoo as a “sausage factory,” adding: “They’re in duck and cover mode. They’ll get pushed to trim employees further and further to stretch the revenues out.” (Probably true.)
So what’s Joshua up to now? Recently, Schachter has been armchair quarterbacking Yahoo’s moves with Delicious — from the comfort of his new home, Google.
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