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It looks like Yahoo’s “social strategy” is going to go beyond integrating third-party services like Facebook and Twitter across its sites. T…

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It looks like Yahoo’s “social strategy” is going to go beyond integrating third-party services like Facebook and Twitter across its sites. The WSJ reports that Yahoo (NSDQ: YHOO) is planning on introducing a Facebook Connect-like service called Y Connect, which will allow third-party sites to integrate Yahoo across their own properties. With Y Connect, visitors to a site will be able to log-in to the site using their Yahoo ID and also easily share their activity on that site back on Yahoo.

Facebook Connect, of course, has been a huge success, and has been adopted by a who’s who of top online publishers, including Yahoo, which announced in December that it would integrate the service so that visitors to its sites would be able to see all of their Facebook friends

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  1. The mob rules. The rules just changed again. Send a note to the readers and keep us posted when they change again and we’ll see who breaks what and what sort of operations are required. Under extreme pressure, never compromise or promise more than can be delivered. Deliver us from evil and the profits will be good. Life is an open textbook. Every hour is a new chapter. Figures can justly be called liars, damned liars and statistics. An hourglass figure is God honest. Find a broad truth and make your own black magic.

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