Bargain-hunters right now have a rare opportunity to snap up a true relic (of the Internet age): Yahoo. Priced at just $8 billion (or best offer), the "ginormous" item is listed as a "salvage," yet probably still has some value to someone who knows how to fix broken Internet companies.
"A rare find, this one-of-a-kind Internet original is now available to the public for a limited time," the ad reads. "A beautiful piece in good-to-fair condition, showing some signs of wear but easily restored in the hands of the right person. Sadly, the original owners can no longer maintain it."
Among other things, the lucky buyer will get "1 billion users, more or less," "a really nice cafeteria," Flickr and Tumblr, and a mostly spam-free email system. Plus Katie Couric.