My Yahoo! Badge It seems that word has started to leak out, so I might as well remove any speculation or ambiguity. In the next few weeks, I'll walk the halls at Yahoo! as an employee one last time and turn in my purple badge. After 8.5 years of service and a better experience than I could have possibly imaged back in 1999, the time for me to move on has arrived.

It's always hard to make a decision like this. It took several months to finally decide. I've really enjoyed my time at Yahoo and have a lot of people to thank--people who took a risk on me, believed in me, encouraged me, and even defended me over the years. There are literally too many to name, but some of them are: David Filo, Jerry Yang, Jeff Weiner, Phu Hoang, Ash Patel, Jeffrey Friedl, Mike Bennett, Anil Pal, Bradley Horowitz, Allen Wang, Chad Dickerson, Matt McAlister, and Chris Yeh.

If any of you read this, I've learned a lot from all of you. Really.

I've enjoyed working with some amazingly talented coworkers (far too many to name) and have had the opportunity to help some acquired companies navigate the inner workings of Yahoo as they scale up their services. That includes people in engineering, marketing, public relations, product management, design, legal, and more. You guys rock.

I can definitely say that I've had the chance to contribute to the success of Yahoo as much as I could muster. Whether it was staying up all night working on the 9/11 memorial size, launching the Yahoo! Search blog, starting the Yahoo! Developer Network, debugging MySQL problems, pushing RSS and syndication, introducing startups to Yahoo, arguing for openness, or making sure that news releases appeared on Yahoo! Finance quickly.

I won't at all be surprised if some people think this is related to Microsoft or Carl Ichan and the uncertainty surrounding Yahoo's future. The reality is that there's nothing pushing me out the door at Yahoo. The reason I'm leaving is that something very compelling has come along to lure me away. Despite what the current press sentiment might be, Jerry and David have built a remarkable company.

Ever since I graduated from college in 1997, I've wanted to work for a smaller company. But my first job out of school was a ~40,000 person Oil Company and my second was Yahoo! Back then Yahoo was in the 2,000 people ballpark but it eventually grew to seven times that size, give or take a bit. I've experienced the ups and downs--the layoffs and the big victories. I'd do it all over again if given the chance.

It's been quite a ride, and I'm really going to miss Yahoo. I'll miss the parking debates and all the "random" stuff we're so fond of ranting about. Watching from the outside is going to be a very different experience. But the opportunity to work in a much smaller company recently presented itself and it was simply too interesting to pass up. I'll say more about that in the coming weeks.

To all the Yahoos I've worked with over the years, thanks and please stay in touch. My email address will always be and I'm on LinkedIn here: And, well, you've found my blog already. :-)

As for the future of Yahoo, everyone working at Yahoo today knows in their gut what Yahoo should be and needs to be. My advice is to work on making that happen. Don't let anyone else (inside or outside the company) try to tell you what Yahoo is. Trust your gut. And, if you have the chance, re-read the farewell note that Ian Rogers sent out when he left a few months back. It's good stuff.

And, by all means, don't take the stuff you read in the press at face value. You're all smarter than that.

Now where's that Yahoo Alumni club I've heard so much about?

BTW, JR is leaving as well.


Posted by jzawodn at June 12, 2008 06:30 AM

Reader Comments
# Todd Mintz said:

Best of luck in your future endeavors.

on June 12, 2008 06:37 AM
# spo0nman said:

Good luck!

on June 12, 2008 06:39 AM
# Josh Hallett said:

Good luck, it was great working with you on the Search Blog and all those other fun last minute requests...well, those might not have been so much fun.

on June 12, 2008 06:39 AM
# Sean Alexander said:

Good luck Jeremy- look forward to hearing about your next endeavors.

on June 12, 2008 06:45 AM
# Paul Jacobson said:

Good luck with your next project!

on June 12, 2008 06:45 AM
# Tristan Louis said:

Wow! Congrats and good luck on your next step. When will you get the word out about your new gig?


on June 12, 2008 06:46 AM
# Carlo Zottmann said:

All the best. Just keep on blogging. ;)

on June 12, 2008 06:47 AM
# Ruben Schade said:

A well thought out and sincere post sir. Wishing you clear skies ahead :-).

on June 12, 2008 06:49 AM
# Jay Meattle said:

Jeremy, Yahoo won't be the same without you. Good luck with your next project - do keep us posted!

on June 12, 2008 06:50 AM
# Deepak said:


You know that your departure will probably have a similar impact in the blogosphere than some of the more high profile ones.

Good luck. I am sure whatever you do will be interesting and fun. Can't wait to hear all about it.

on June 12, 2008 06:51 AM
# xian said:

Jeremy, I know you are always low-key and humble in real life, so I hope I won't embarrass you too much when I say that joining the developer network team and being able to work with you has been a real highlight and privilege of my tenure at y! so far.

I'm hoping your new smallco gig will be able to include connecting to yahoo's open platforms a bit as they unfold.

on June 12, 2008 06:55 AM
# Praveen said:

Good Luck Jeremy

on June 12, 2008 06:58 AM
# David Cancel said:

Congrats and do post about your next adventure. I am happy to see you move on to your next big thing!


on June 12, 2008 07:01 AM
# Jansen said:

shocked to learn that u r leaving. best wishes. and hope to read more about your new adventure.

on June 12, 2008 07:01 AM
# Kalyan said:

Good Luck Jeremy

on June 12, 2008 07:05 AM
# Ellen said:

Wishing you all the best! And thanks for you support for out TimeBridge recruiting.

on June 12, 2008 07:05 AM
# Chad Dickerson said:

Best of luck, Jeremy. I've always been genuinely amazed at the incredible breadth and depth of your knowledge across so many subject areas (journalism/blogging, MySQL, aviation. . . the list is too long). I have learned a lot from you.

Now is also a good time to admit that when I was interviewing at Yahoo, I remember being the most nervous about interviewing with you. :) I'm glad I passed and had the privilege of working closely with you. It has been one of the highlights of my time at Yahoo!

on June 12, 2008 07:13 AM
# Jan said:

Good luck, Jeremy!

on June 12, 2008 07:14 AM
# Andy Beal said:

Good luck Jeremy.

on June 12, 2008 07:15 AM
# Mike Manuel said:

Good luck with things, Jeremy!

on June 12, 2008 07:16 AM
# Alagu said:

Good luck Jeremy,
Yahoo will miss you!

on June 12, 2008 07:17 AM
# jose said:

Good Luck Jeremy

on June 12, 2008 07:17 AM
# graham mudd said:

Best of luck, Jeremy. You'll be missed.

on June 12, 2008 07:24 AM
# Artem Russakovskii said:

Wow, that's very big news Jeremy. Good luck with your new [smaller] company. Smaller companies are the way to go for happiness at work, I think.

on June 12, 2008 07:32 AM
# don loeb said:

good luck sir....can't wait to hear what you're up to. and, let me know if you want to grab lunch at the plex...don

on June 12, 2008 07:33 AM
# Paul Stamatiou said:

Congrats on your future endeavors Jeremy. It was a pleasure working next to you during my internship.

on June 12, 2008 07:35 AM
# Brett Tabke said:

Thanks for all the work at the 'hoo. It was nice that someone put such a warm and receptive voice on Yahoo as you did.

Good luck with the new ventures. The industry will not allowed to be a stranger.


on June 12, 2008 07:41 AM
# Nelson Minar said:

Congratulations on the decision!

on June 12, 2008 07:45 AM
# Jeffrey Friedl said:

It'll be interesting to see whether the first week at the new place can top the first week you had at Y! (the Y2K event... Zent, buggies, toxic rubber fumes, etc.). Let us know!

on June 12, 2008 07:46 AM
# Mike Salisbury said:

Best of luck Jeremy. I presume we'll have the privilege of finding out what new you'll be working on soon.

Keep in touch.

on June 12, 2008 07:57 AM
# Amanda Watlington said:

You have always been a clear, true voice so do keep blogging so that all of us can continue to hear all about the next stanza.

on June 12, 2008 07:58 AM
# Ken Norton said:

Best of luck Jeremy, can't wait to hear what's next.

on June 12, 2008 08:02 AM
# Dan Isaacs said:

Well, if Yahoo! is as bummed to see you go as Marathon was, I feel sorry for them. :)

I sorta know what you're doing next, and can't wait to see how much you enjoy it. I know I've always wanted to work for an internet porn startup, so I'm really jealous.

on June 12, 2008 08:05 AM
# Joseph Scott said:

Congrats, good luck at the new job.

on June 12, 2008 08:06 AM
# Matt said:

Looking forward to seeing your next move.

on June 12, 2008 08:07 AM
# Jeffrey McManus said:

Best of luck on the new thing!

on June 12, 2008 08:11 AM
# Steve Rubel said:

Jeremy, my best to you and good luck in all! - steve

on June 12, 2008 08:13 AM
# WebLeOn said:

all best wishes.

on June 12, 2008 08:14 AM
# Kent Brewster said:

The Next Guys are lucky to have you. Have fun out there; hope to see you at Hack Day in August.

on June 12, 2008 08:15 AM
# coolblueskies said:

Greetings from Boulder,

In addition to building a company, come build on a culture and spend some time in Boulder. Boulder is a place where you can live the, brilliant people, funding and no 101. Call Kimbal or Brad they'll tell you a few cool things to spark your wheels. Life after'd be welcome here if only to recharge and hang.

be well

on June 12, 2008 08:18 AM
# rabble said:

Good luck on your future adventures. You were always a bright light at yahoo and i appreciated your help making sure the fire eagle launch went smoothly.

on June 12, 2008 08:24 AM
# Scott Schiller said:

Sorry to hear you're moving on, will be missed, but I echo Kent's sentiments.

Thanks for agreeing to meet me, a new stranger to the company, back in 2005 to talk about computers and Yahoo! over lunch - and coincidentally bumping into Jerry Yang, all within my first two weeks of being there. It's one of the stories I tell people about starting there.

on June 12, 2008 08:28 AM
# Ryan Kennedy said:

Seriously bummed to hear you're leaving. Good luck on your next gig, I hope they understand how lucky they are to have you.

on June 12, 2008 08:29 AM
# Robert Accettura said:

Looks like when this blog entry was posted, Yahoo's stock dropped a little bit. It's back up now.

Coincidence? I think not. ;-)

on June 12, 2008 08:36 AM
# peter said:

your one of the trusted few regarding regular reads
so best of luck jeremy

on June 12, 2008 08:45 AM
# Dan Mercer said:

Best wishes -- be sure to get your non address added to viking-table before you go. :-)

on June 12, 2008 08:51 AM
# Cody Simms said:

Best of luck to you. You will be missed.

on June 12, 2008 08:55 AM
# Eric said:

Good Luck Jeremy! I think your blog has been a great help over the years and I look forward to hearing about your next project.

on June 12, 2008 08:58 AM
# shivku said:

We are going to miss you. Seriously. Cheers!

on June 12, 2008 09:01 AM
# Todd Sampson said:

Congrats on the new gig Jeremy!

I have really, really loved working with you over the last year and a half. Without all your help, I think the MyBlogLog crew would have pulled out all of our hair -- not just the half we did pull out -- trying to get integrated into Yahoo! Thanks again for all the advice, ideas, code and friendship over this time. We are going to miss you.

Best of luck in your new role -- though I know you don't need it.

on June 12, 2008 09:15 AM
# Pooya Karimian said:

now we are all wondering: where are you going? ;)
(don't forget to change the disclaimer down here to current, past and former employers).

on June 12, 2008 09:17 AM
# Michael Sippey said:

Congrats on making the leap! You've done great work for Yahoo and for the community over the past 8.5 years, and I'm sure you're looking forward to a break...and a change! Here's to what's next. Cheers.

on June 12, 2008 09:17 AM
# Ben Metcalfe said:

I know how hard it is to move on from a place you've been at so long and have been such a part of. I found it hard to leave the BBC after my 6 year stint there.

But equally, change is good - esp after 6-8 years somewhere. I look forward to hearing where you're off to - they're lucky to have you.

Best of luck mate,

on June 12, 2008 09:18 AM
# Indus Khaitan said:

Best of luck Jeremy. Now, that you are going to take it easy (are you? :-)); that mysql performance bible you wrote needs an update!


on June 12, 2008 09:20 AM
# Ernie said:

Holy fucking shit, that's crazy. And awesome. It's crazy awesome.

From one former Yahoo! blogger to another, I'm totally stoked for you - good luck in all your future endeavors. You could always go the path of Scoble. ;)

- Ernie

on June 12, 2008 09:21 AM
# Randy Stewart said:


Sorry to hear that you are leaving Yahoo! Despite their being more years between me and Yahoo! than I spent there, I still bleed purple and yellow.

Good luck with whatever you are doing next. I look forward to hearing more soon.


on June 12, 2008 09:24 AM
# Matthew Rothenberg said:

Best of luck Jeremy. Has been a pleasure working with you, curious to see what's coming next!

on June 12, 2008 09:34 AM
# Gordon Luk said:

Best of luck at your new gig, Jeremy!

on June 12, 2008 09:40 AM
# C. Enrique Ortiz said:

Jeremy! Good luck on the new endeavors!

What are you going to next? Mobile stuff? I heard it is going to be big ;-)


on June 12, 2008 09:40 AM
# jr said:

I KNEW I should have posted mine last night...

Jeremy, it has been an honor and a privilege to have worked with you, and i look forward to the next time our paths cross again.

To pseudo-quote Kent: "Don't be surprised to see JR and Me at your front door one day, wearing black suits and skinny ties telling you that we're getting the band back together."

on June 12, 2008 09:41 AM
# Jeremy Toeman said:

Congrats Jeremy (from one to another!)

on June 12, 2008 09:42 AM
# Jonathan Disher said:

Jeremy, I'm sad to hear that you're going. Even before I joined Yahoo!, I knew that you'd made a big impact on the company, and through them, the Internet in general. I hope that your next endeavours are both exciting and challenging. Good luck!

on June 12, 2008 09:44 AM
# Akky AKIMOTO said:

All the best for the next challenge!

on June 12, 2008 09:52 AM
# Randy Stewart said:

Btw, it looks like your departure made's home page.


on June 12, 2008 09:52 AM
# Don Dodge said:

Jeremy, I have truly enjoyed reading your blog, and it was a real treat to finally meet you in person a while ago.

You have been a great champion for Yahoo! and an insightful blogger with a balanced view of the tech world.

You have a great future ahead of you. I'm sure we will be reading about your successes real soon.

Good luck!

Don Dodge

on June 12, 2008 09:55 AM
# Wally Punsapy said:


Has hell frozen over yet?

Good luck man! Keep on bloggin'!

on June 12, 2008 10:01 AM
# Jeff Sandquist said:

Congratulations Jeremy. Change reinvigorates the soul.

on June 12, 2008 10:07 AM
# Manny said:

No more "Y! cant park"? Man I love those threads ;) Good luck on the next job! Take care.

on June 12, 2008 10:11 AM
# Dave Golden said:

Best of luck. You deserve and have earned it. I'm happy for you.


on June 12, 2008 10:20 AM
# Chris Heilmann said:

Well well, all the best to you, Jeremy. A shame to see you go but I like the fact that it is simply because of a desire to get back into a smaller environment.

It was great to meet you and get inspired by the paths you have trodden. I just wished we'd have been YDN colleagues for longer :)

on June 12, 2008 10:22 AM
# Jeff Clavier said:

Best of luck Jeremy, and definitely interested to hear about which co managed to get you out of Y!

on June 12, 2008 10:22 AM
# Mark said:

Best of luck on your new gig. -Mark

on June 12, 2008 10:30 AM
# Andy Baio said:

Wow, big news. Congratulations. It was a pleasure working with you, and definitely looking forward to seeing what you do next.

on June 12, 2008 10:33 AM
# Joff said:

Best wishes. Thanks for all your help in the past. Look forward to keeping in touch.

on June 12, 2008 10:46 AM
# Carole McManus said:

Wow wow wow.
Best to you, Jeremy. Know that you made a HUGE impact on Y! culture and practices. They're gonna miss you.

Can't wait to hear what's next for you...

on June 12, 2008 10:56 AM
# Carlo Zottmann said:
on June 12, 2008 11:02 AM
# Venu Anuganti said:


Best of luck and hope to you around by in coming months..

on June 12, 2008 11:50 AM
# Ash Patel said:

Yahoo! would like to thank you for all of your contributions, passion and energy..and wish you well on your next endeavor. You will always be a part of the Yahoo! family.

on June 12, 2008 11:57 AM
# John said:

Welcome to the Yahoo! alumni association.

You'll get the alumni group URL at your exit interview.

on June 12, 2008 11:59 AM
# alek said:

Ditto what everyone else has said ... be curious to hear where you end up. Best wishes.

on June 12, 2008 12:06 PM
# Nik Cubrilovic said:

Congratulations Jeremy - does this mean more blog posts here now?

on June 12, 2008 12:08 PM
# Howard Greenstein said:

I wish you all the best. I have been in your shoes, at big and small companies, and there are advantages to each.
Reach out if I can help you in your new role.
-- Howard Greenstein

on June 12, 2008 12:12 PM
# E. David Zotter said:

Wow. MSFT heard you were leaving and gave up, eh?

You made Techmeme, btw.

on June 12, 2008 12:47 PM
# E. David Zotter said:

Wow. M SF T heard you were leaving and gave up, eh?

You made Techmeme, btw.

on June 12, 2008 12:48 PM
# Merlin said:

Best of luck, man. They're losing a good one. Rock on.

on June 12, 2008 01:05 PM
# searchgov said:

sad to see you go mate - it seems to be beginning of an end!

on June 12, 2008 01:13 PM
# Jason Barnes said:

Best of luck, Jeremy! Looking forward to hearing who or what managed to convince you to turn in the purple badge. :)


on June 12, 2008 01:14 PM
# John Allspaw said:

Jeremy - you will be missed! Please do keep in touch!

on June 12, 2008 01:16 PM
# Levon Karayan said:

Thanks for all your contributions, and good luck. I've enjoyed reading your thoughts here and on our internal lists. I look forward to hearing about what your moving on to.

on June 12, 2008 01:26 PM
# Farhan Lalji said:

Good luck Jeremy. Sad to see a strong Yahoo! go but excited what you get up to. You'll be missed.

on June 12, 2008 01:28 PM
# John Furrier said:

Good luck with your next move. You've done some great things for Yahoo. Keep in touch.

on June 12, 2008 01:43 PM
# Dave (Papa) said:

Hey Jeremy, congrats from a former Yahoo Finance colleague. I still remember when you and Josh started back in 2000 (or was it late 1999?).

In any event, I knew pretty quickly that you were gonna kick some serious butt, and indeed you did as you rose through the ranks of Yahoo.

Congrats on all your prior successes and a toast to all your future ones!

on June 12, 2008 01:45 PM
# Rocky Agrawal said:

Congratulations on the next move. Look forward to hearing the details.

on June 12, 2008 02:06 PM
# Chris Newman said:

congratulations and best of luck in what's next!

on June 12, 2008 02:24 PM
# jim hedger said:

Wow. Jeremy, you were one of the first and most beloved bloggers many of us ever read. Congratulations on your move. It will be most interesting to read your writings in the future as you look in at Yahoo! instead of looking out from it.

best to ya

on June 12, 2008 02:31 PM
# Shreyas Doshi said:

Goodbye and goodluck, Jeremy. Its been a pleasure working with you on initiatives like OpenID and I know you will be missed.

on June 12, 2008 02:31 PM
# Julie Choi said:

Jeremy, thanks for helping me get acclimated as the new kid in YDN. Hope we have opportunities to work together in the future! All the best.

on June 12, 2008 02:32 PM
# blacksnoopy said:

Good luck :)

on June 12, 2008 02:35 PM
# steve said:

Best of luck to you with the next project! Steve.

on June 12, 2008 03:36 PM
# Scott Gatz said:

jeremy, it's fun in the outside of yahoo world. Welcome to it.

And thanks for the kind words on my blog too!

on June 12, 2008 04:05 PM
# pk said:

Good luck Jeremy, 7 1/2 yrs was my stopping point (I also joined back in '99), it's never too late to join a start-up!

on June 12, 2008 04:09 PM
# Danny Sullivan said:

All the best, Jeremy. Yahoo is the sorrier for your departure, naturally -- but we'll all look forward to what new and great things await you.

on June 12, 2008 05:00 PM
# Daniel Sroka said:

Jeremy - I manage the Yahoo Alumni Group, so I'll send you an invite. Congrats and best of luck on your future!

on June 12, 2008 05:08 PM
# Bradley Horowitz said:

All the best Jeremy. You did a tremendous amount of good for Yahoo and have a legacy to be proud of... Congrats.

on June 12, 2008 06:01 PM
# kukubird said:

All the best to you Jeremy. Thanks for the wonderful stuff you have brought into Yahoo.

on June 12, 2008 06:22 PM
# Ken Rudman said:

Jeremy, congrats on finding something new. Although it seems like a lifetime ago, working with you at Y! was always a great pleasure and I know you'll be missed there.

on June 12, 2008 09:09 PM
# David Dalka said:

Wow! That's a shocker...

Thanks for the memories...

P.S. Let me know where you land!

on June 12, 2008 09:17 PM
# nsk轴承 said:

what a shame

on June 13, 2008 12:11 AM
# mmk said:

The very best of luck. Thanks for the many chats....

on June 13, 2008 12:13 AM
# Walter Higgins said:

Wow. Big news. Best of luck with whatever you do next.

on June 13, 2008 12:42 AM
# allen wang said:

dear jeremy,

this is allen wang reading your blog from china! i am very grateful to see my name mentioned as part of the yahoo employee roll and as always i believe in your decision and will cheer you on for whatever you decide to do.

go jeremy go!

on June 13, 2008 12:59 AM
# Jignashu Parikh said:

Wish you all the very best for your future endeavors. It was indeed an honour to work with you for the short while that we did a few years ago. It's a coincidence that 13th June is my last day at Yahoo! too...

on June 13, 2008 01:03 AM
# Fred Wilson said:


send me an email to fred at if you want to talk about a few early stage companies that you might be interested in.

on June 13, 2008 03:04 AM
# Olivier D. alias ze kat said:

Thank you for everything you provided to Yahoo! users :o)

I'm excited to discover your future projects... Do you start your own company or join another place ?

NB: I discovered you (and anothers guys) because I like Yahoo!. But I still follow everybody who leave the company... And I please discover new nice ways ;o)

on June 13, 2008 03:36 AM
# said:

Dude, you're just a blogger and perl scripter, and you're switching jobs -- big deal. Yahoo is much bigger than you and will sink or swim with or without you.

on June 13, 2008 07:00 AM
# Brett Tabke said:

- Scoble gave voice to Microsoft
- Cutts gives voice to Google
- You gave voice to Yahoo

Please pass the baton before you leave - save us from the the matt.

on June 13, 2008 07:34 AM
# Jared Evans said:

I've enjoyed your Yahoo tidbits over the years. Best of luck with your future! Looking forward to hearing more about your next steps!

on June 13, 2008 07:55 AM
# Daniel Raffel said:

congrats on all you accomplished at yahoo, you made a huge difference! wherever you go, and whatever you do next, the team you'll be working with will be very lucky. it was a pleasure to of had a chance to work with you, look forward to hearing what's next.

on June 13, 2008 08:16 AM
# Chris Messina said:

Cheers mate -- very eager to see what you do next given all you've accomplished so far!

on June 13, 2008 10:14 AM
# Taimoor said:

Well All I Can Say Is : "Dominating Yahoo!"

on June 13, 2008 10:14 AM
# David Graves said:

As a regular lurker on your blog, I wish you all the best. I hope you'll keep posting your flying adventures. Daydreaming about flying is a guilty pleasure of mine since I was a boy. Thanks!

on June 13, 2008 10:55 AM
# Dion Almaer said:

You have been a tour de force for Yahoo! and the Open Web. A huge loss for Yahoo!, but I am excited to see what you get up to next. I hope you get to enjoy some time off in between jobs though!

on June 13, 2008 12:13 PM
# Javaun Moradi said:

Hi Jeremy,

I don't have anything to say that hasn't already been said, but as a frequent reader of your blog, I wanted to wish you the best of luck in whatever endeavors follow. There's no doubt you will be sorely missed at Yahoo!, and you'll be an asset wherever life takes you. Good luck!

on June 13, 2008 03:01 PM
# Tara Kirchner said:

Jeremy - I saw your badge pic in my photostream and the caption but totally missed the context! YOU FUGITIVE! I demand a party!

on June 14, 2008 08:24 AM
# Jon New said:

Best of luck, Jeremy!

on June 14, 2008 10:14 PM
# Son said:

The coincidence of losing a few popular employees at the same time with the announcement is definitely increase the press exposure (mostly negative) to Yahoo.

on June 14, 2008 10:30 PM
# Che Kristo said:


I appreciate the work you've done behind the scenes around Hadoop. I look forward to seeing what amazing things you will do in the future!

on June 14, 2008 11:43 PM
# Jacques Snyman said:

Good luck Jeremy, I am keen to see what you get up to next!

on June 15, 2008 07:29 AM
# Jignesh Thummar said:

Wishing you all the best for your future. :)

on June 16, 2008 07:09 AM
# Jaren said:

Good Luck Jeremy :)

on June 16, 2008 10:53 PM
# Tim Hawkins said:

Good luck Jeremy, as a recent departee myself, i can appreciate the looking forward to working in a less "structured" environment, and goodluck at craigs list, classifieds are a fun area to work in, take that from somebody that has been there before with LOOT in the UK. I never did manage to convince yahoo Europe to do classifieds :-)

on June 19, 2008 02:47 PM
# Acai Berry said:

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