Sorry for the bad title. Iwas going to say “crap” but I’m not sure. I’m certainly not all that happy to have one of the greates web apps fall under crapass Yahoo but considering the growing user base and the bandwith that type of service requires, I don’t think they had all that much choice. Getting (more?) VC funding was probably the other way to go but being under the control of money mad financers might not be all that much better, usually worse. So, congrats to the Flickr team on a personal level, I’m sure they got a decent amount of money which is good for them. For us users, lets hope the good intentions described on that post do pan out and we don’t see a difference in the mentality and feel of Flickr. Good luck Aaron.