Just take a look last glimpse of\u00a0MyBlogLog. This time it's not a rumour. But there was a rumour once in December 2009, when\u00a0Chris Yeh head of Yahoo! Developer Network confessed that, Yesterday, rumors surfaced around Yahoo!\u2019s imminent shutdown of its\u00a0MyBlogLog service. Frankly, it\u2019s no secret within Yahoo! that we\u2019re actively discussing the future of MyBlogLog. However, it\u2019s also true that we have not made any final decisions at this point. Is a shutdown on the table? Sure, that\u2019s an option. But there are other options as well. We know this creates some uncertainty for current MyBlogLog users. While we aren't quite ready to share more details, we promise to keep you posted. Chris Yeh, Head of YDN On\u00a0May 24, 2011\u00a0With over 450,000\u00a0blog communities and roughly 645,000\u00a0members of\u00a0MyBlogLog are not going to rejoice at all. Because,\u00a0Yahoo! will officially discontinue\u00a0MyBlogLog service\u00a0effective May 24, 2011. Those who are community member of\u00a0MyBlogLog has already got the notification as I got today. Here is the draft. MyBlogLog journey started in January 2005, with a goal to give a social network for Blogger, but later it was acquired by Yahoo!\u00a0in January, 2007. This long journey is going to end. We can say it is a death of a strong social network. So, what we can guess from this shutdown of such a valuable property of Yahoo? Is it a new beginning or end of social network. For Yahoo! it's a new beginning, because Yahoo! is recommending MyBlogLog member to move into\u00a0Yahoo! Pulse, where you can\u00a0see your social updates from your favorite networks in one place.