Caterina is Co-Founder of Hunch.com, a decision-making site that gets better the more people use it.
Caterina also co-founded Flickr, the wildly popular photo-sharing service that launched in 2004. Flickr was one of the first websites to incorporate Web 2.0 features like social networking, open APIs, and tagging. After it was acquired by Yahoo in 2005, Fake took over Yahoo's Technology Development Group, where she ran the Hack Yahoo program and created the new-product incubator Brickhouse. Previously, Caterina was at Interval Research as a Member of the Research Staff, and served as Art Director at Salon.com.
She also serves on the board of Creative Commons, is board chairman of Etsy, and is an active angel investor and adviser to many startups and new businesses. Before Flickr, she was art director of Salon.com. In 2005, Fake was named to BusinessWeek's Best Leaders list, Fast Company's Fast 50, and Red Herring's 20 Entrepreneurs Under 35. In 2006, she was included in Time magazine's list of the world's 100 most influential people.