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Yahoo Shuts Down One of Three Bookmarking Services

Yahoo Shuts Down One of Three Bookmarking Services

By Chris Crum February 16, 2009 | 3 Comments

Fans of Yahoo MyWeb might be disappointed to know that the service is shutting down. A trip to the site will welcome users with the following message:

We are streamlining our bookmark services. As part of this effort Yahoo! will be shutting down MyWeb on March 18, 2009 and moving users to Yahoo! Bookmarks. Your MyWeb bookmarks are already available to you on Yahoo! Bookmarks. You can begin using this new service now or continue using MyWeb until the shutdown date.

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