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    Yahoo (/ ˈ j ɑː h uː /, styled as yahoo!) is an American web services provider. It is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California and operated by the namesake company Yahoo! Inc., which is 90% owned by investment funds managed by Apollo Global Management and 10% by Verizon Communications.

  3. Yahoo! Pipes - Wikipedia!_Pipes

    Yahoo! Pipes had many modules which could be used either to grab data from sources or to edit the data that was grabbed from the sources. These modules were grouped into categories: sources, user inputs, operators, URL, string, date, location, and number. Creating and editing a Pipe. To create or edit a pipe, the user had to sign up with a Yahoo!

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  5. Single sign-on - Wikipedia

    Single sign-on (SSO) is an authentication scheme that allows a user to log in with a single ID and password to any of several related, yet independent, software systems. True single sign-on allows the user to log in once and access services without re-entering authentication factors.

  6. Sign in to AOL Desktop Gold and manage your usernames

    3. On the Sign On screen, click the small arrow pointing down to bring up a list of all stored usernames. 4. Select the desired username by clicking on it. Click Continue once you selected the username. 5. Once you click Continue a new window appears. Check if the correct username is displayed and click Continue. 6.

  7. Hazchem - Wikipedia

    Hazchem (/ ˈ h æ z k ɛ m /; from hazardous chemicals) is a warning plate system used in Australia, Malaysia, New Zealand, India and the United Kingdom for vehicles transporting hazardous substances, and on storage facilities.

  8. Houston Astros sign stealing scandal - Wikipedia

    Background. Sign stealing is not inherently against baseball rules and has long been considered part of the game, as it is considered an observational loophole. In 2017, The New York Times wrote that sign stealing was "something of an art form in baseball" which "is tolerated, even admired".

  9. Mansun - Wikipedia

    In light of this, a petition was set up on Facebook where fans could show support by 'liking' the page. Draper responded to the petition and spoke of how he and DJ Marc Riley were literally overwhelmed with emails of support and questions about his unreleased project, following an appearance on BBC Radio 6 Music in October.