DIY Yahoo Resignation Letter

Dear ,

It is with great that I ask you to accept this letter as my official resignation from Yahoo!

My last day here will be , after which time I shall be taking a position .

As you know, for some time now I have been desiring and thus I feel the time has finally arrived for me to . And of course, I would not be forthright if I failed to mention how much it me to see some of the moves management has made in recent .

For example, I found to be . Furthermore, as I have watched management squander once-valuable properties such as , I have come to realize that management does not seem to fully understand .

Thus, I am tendering my resignation as of today. If you would like me to sign a non-compete clause, I will be glad to do so, seeing as .


Try it here. I believe that this was created by one of the editors of Wired.

Posted by Catherine on June 20, 2008
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Saturday Shoutouts

As you three lurkers know, I have a liquid crack addiction aka coffee. It pleased me to find a kindred spirit here in the Bay Area, Man Seeking Coffee. I feel as though we are destined to be friends.

I like to make notes to myself a lot, so I was excited to be told about this great blog, Indexed.

Check 'em out people, be sure to add then to your blog rolls, too.

Posted by Catherine on May 24, 2008
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Facebook Meets Real Life


This is pretty funny, take a quick watch. It will mean more to you if you are involved in social networking at all. Enjoy!

Posted by Catherine on May 20, 2008
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Pondering

I have to confess that I am seriously considering quitting blogging. Any thoughts from the Peanut Gallery?

Posted by Catherine on April 1, 2008
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An Interview with a Blogger

I consider myself a foodie because I love to eat. Of course, I love to eat well and healthfully as possible. Who doesn't love a triple cream? Or some organic strawberries? One of my favorite blogs is Chocolate & Zucchini which is written by Clotilde Dusoulier. I have her cookbook and so should you. I met her when she did a book signing in San Francisco. There is a new interview with her on news.com, so check it out. Here is a taste:

And you're going to continue blogging?
Dusoulier: Yeah, yeah. That's not going anywhere. I mean it's been for years now and I can't really imagine my life without having the blog. It's definitely become a big part of how I live and what I do. It's quite an important part of my life.

What are your habits? Do you write in the morning? Do you write in the evening?
Dusoulier: I write mostly in the morning for the blog, but the process for my blogging is quite spread out because there are different phases: when I cook, when I take pictures and when I correct the pictures, when I write the recipe and when I write the story. Then everything comes together. So it usually happens over a few days.

Posted by Catherine on September 24, 2007
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Creativity


Animator vs. Animation by *alanbecker on deviantART

Posted by Catherine on September 13, 2007
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Random Flickr Blogging

What Harry Potter does when he goes back to his muggle ways.

Random Flickr blogging is explained by the one and only Tom Hilton.

Posted by Catherine on August 20, 2007
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Random Flickr Blogging

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Mark, Rick and Steve stroll with their faghag, Gertrude.

Errr, I am really bad at Flickr blogging which is explained by Tom Hilton.

Posted by Catherine on August 13, 2007
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Random Flickr Blogging

Look, Billy! Mom and dad bought you a gigantic, blue condom for Christmas! You can click here for the real photo credit.

Posted by Catherine on August 6, 2007
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iCaved

Yes, I must confess that I have caved and bought an iPhone. It is sweet! I love it. It is fun to use and it is nice not to have to carry my nano and a phone around with me all of the time. It has been fun putting pictures to my contacts.

Here are the three things that bug me the most:

1. AT&T (evil, but they have an exclusive five year deal and I can't hold out that long.)
2. I can't use any of my music as a ring tone
3. The battery life could be longer.

Posted by Catherine on July 25, 2007
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