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My take on AOL’s new logo — UPDATE

Wow. I mean, I thought the switch from Netscape to Propeller was a horrible mistake, but had hopes that with Armstrong coming in to steer the ship that things might turn around for AOL. But, yikes. Why would you destroy … Continue reading

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AOL’s largely Republican audience

I visited the new AOL homepage today to see what the Facebook integration was like. It wasn’t horrible, although the big ugly animated medium rectangle ad about removing wrinkles sitting atop the Facebook integration *was* horrible. In any case, there … Continue reading

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AOL 2.0

Doc Searls said something interesting in this post about Twitter and Facebook: I’m sure there’s something on Facebook that does the same thing. But Facebook is AOL 2.0. It’s heavy and complicated and wants to run my life. So I … Continue reading

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