The Yahoo! 360 team has a blog, hosted on Yahoo! 360 of course. Good move. I forsee more Y! team blogs.

However, I notice that the first entry is not signed by anyone. I hope they don't keep posting anonymously.

Posted by jzawodn at April 20, 2005 02:03 PM

Reader Comments
# josh said:

RSS feeds for the 360 team blog don't work, and you can't comment on it there unless you're a 360 member... sooooo... I'll say it here and hope they notice.

on April 20, 2005 03:12 PM
# BillSaysThis said:

Maybe it's the way you linked it but people without 360 accounts can't see the blog. Which is definitely worse than anonymous but globally visible posting.

on April 20, 2005 08:03 PM
# ernie said:

Hmm... I was able to view the RSS feed and subscribe it to Bloglines without a problem:

I was also able to view the blog without logging into Yahoo! (although yes, you have to be a member to comment on it)

Are users still having this problem?

on April 20, 2005 08:43 PM
# Adarsh Bhat said:

In 360, someone comments on your blog entry, and you don't get notified!! How is one supposed to guess?

on April 21, 2005 12:39 AM
# Mike S. said:

I can't get into it either, it's asking me for a Yahoo 360 login, which I don't have yet (but would graciously accept if someone were to send one my way).

on April 21, 2005 04:34 AM
# Jeffrey McManus said:

I have a bunch of 360 invites, email me at if you want one.

on April 21, 2005 10:29 AM
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on April 24, 2005 07:10 AM
# Helen said:

So how does one go about deleting yahoo 360 without deleting the rest of their yahoo account? Thanks :)

on February 3, 2006 08:27 AM
# The Dr said:

Yeah I am interested how do you delete your yahoo 360 with out deleting the rest of your account as well

on June 5, 2006 03:05 AM
# Lacy said:

I'd like to remove a comment I put on a page. But I can't seem to find a way to do there a way to remove a comment that I left?

on October 5, 2006 07:08 AM
# mak said:

I've had someone whine about a certain picture I've chosen to wear in my profile.
It's quite beautiful, not obscene nor crossing the line, but a piece of artwork. Bodyart and like I said, not offensive IF one understands art.

I want to find out from someone at 360 who filed the complaint for I feel I know who it is, and he's harrassed others on 360 in vile ways and should actually be banned.

anyone able to help and supply me with an email directly to a 360 employee?

on January 19, 2007 11:43 AM
# Pooriya said:

I Can't get any Comment From & days Ago,And I can't Delete My Messages,And Comments.Help me plz.

on January 4, 2009 02:56 PM
# Daily Blogger said:

As a daily 360 blogger, have some comments and concerns but wonder if ever yahoo management team ever listens or responds.
It can take up to half an hour to do my daily blog. There is something deadly wrong with the 360 blog component of yahoo (I will not go into other yahoo problems I am daily frustrated with).

Why, why, WHY, is yahoo 360 so sluggish? You are driving away great bloggers and the reason to use yahoo as a format for important blogs and connections.

There is nothing I know I have not tried, including changing servers, to do to try to correct this wait and downtime.

I am seriously moving my blog over to another program if this is not confronted and corrected. I will lose friends and networking but I can no longer afford the time it takes to blog.

R.S.V.P. with some answers, please. This has to be corrected to continue.

on April 10, 2009 06:32 AM
# Ignacio Agulló said:

I am a moderator concerned about bouncing members. I've read some messages at Moderator Central saying that it is Yahoo! policy to automatically remove bouncing members a year or so. However, I wanted to know it for sure, so I sought for a official Yahoo! page on the subject.

I found links to something called the "Yahoo! Team Blog":

The later link is shown at the top of this very page.

However, either address will land me on my Yahoo! profile:

Strange, isn't it?

So, no Yahoo! Team Blog can be found, or any other official page where I can learn about Yahoo! policy on bouncing members.

on April 14, 2010 02:16 AM
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