Bradley Horowitz, who manages the Technology Development Group at Yahoo, has been bitten by the blogging bug.

the pyramid

Not only do you get pictures of Rashi, his amazingly cute dog, but you get to learn about the Creators, Synthesizers, and Consumers pyramid that makes so much social software actually work.

Now we have almost the entire team blogging.

Posted by jzawodn at February 17, 2006 06:47 AM

Reader Comments
# Dan Isaacs said:

Our Founder/VP blogs. posts once a week on storage topics.

on February 17, 2006 08:59 AM
# Robert Oschler said:


I thought you ran Yahoo?

on February 17, 2006 03:11 PM
# grumpY! said:

awesome! more talk, less rock!

on February 17, 2006 11:16 PM
# David Beach said:

Where's Pasha's blog?

on February 18, 2006 09:35 PM
# slav said:

I think maybe to be and worse.

on February 19, 2006 12:21 AM
# Future Y! said:

Great to see another Y! blogger. I am curious, what is Yahoo's corporate stance on internal and external blogging? Is is encouraged? Also, do you use Wikis internally?

on February 19, 2006 07:26 PM
# Anonymous Blob said:


>I thought you ran Yahoo?

Jeremy reminds me of Superman,

One minute he's a sad lonely geek,

The next he's given super hero powers as soon as he opens Wordpress.

If course he could run Yahoo, but blog permitting.

on February 20, 2006 02:59 AM
# Hooman Radfar said:

This pyramid is a great mechanism for designers to leverage when considering building services that are driven by an architecture of participation. It definitely is consistent with the notion that there are always going to be "classes" of users for any given product. The trick is to not only add value to each class of users, but also to leverage their respective feedback/use to add value to the rest of the user base. As an aside, I really enjoy your blog - keep up the good work. Cheers!

on February 20, 2006 08:22 AM
# Dustin Diaz said:

Jeremy, I think our two departments need to talk. I think I'm the only one in our property that blogs. wtf is up with that?

on February 21, 2006 10:06 PM
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here are mine and mine alone. My current, past, or previous employers are not responsible for what I write here, the comments left by others, or the photos I may share. If you have questions, please contact me. Also, I am not a journalist or reporter. Don't "pitch" me.


Privacy: I do not share or publish the email addresses or IP addresses of anyone posting a comment here without consent. However, I do reserve the right to remove comments that are spammy, off-topic, or otherwise unsuitable based on my comment policy. In a few cases, I may leave spammy comments but remove any URLs they contain.