Yeah I noticed that.
I go to menu tools internet options and click advanced and then click use default and click apply button.
I have to do this many times.
I guess this would be a browser issue not a Yahoo portal issue.
Is someone collecting cookies my cookies amongst them?
I do not get to see a lot of computer network activity not have that accessibility.
And investors! Is it possible to place a previously written cookie onto a different machine; using the xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx dns address system?
I mean using a plagiarist cookie would lead to more use to the cookie holders' than to victim's of the cookie theft.
Or is this something else and I am overworrisome?
Certainly I need not post this on a more technical board.
Internet lawyers may note!
I've answered all of your absurd postings and am tired of saying the same thing over and over.
You shorts don't tire thought. So flame on!
Again, YHOO will finish green today and green for the week when it finishes at 28.50.
A dollar a week isn't bad!
Because I have always beaten up bullies.
That's all you shorts are: bullies that try to dominate these boards.
The funny thing is you actually think you can influence the shareprice.
Green today and once we break $28, you short will run for cover and send this back to $30+.
Hey shortie, here is your slant but in context.
In a bit of irony, a search on Yahoo's filtering feature using Yahoo's stock ticker, YHOO, raised a popular post to the top with a subject line, "How to Protest YHOO Board Changes."
The post explains how disgruntled posters upset with the changes can proclaim their displeasure by ranking the same post with five stars.
A quick perusal of the message boards seem to reflect user displeasure with the slow loading time of the new boards.
But then, there are also complaints about the Chicago Cubs to be found on the boards, so the quality user-sample is difficult to gauge.
And this is why this thread will stay on top.
We're all hip to you shorties!