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becker
9 weeks ago
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I saw the financial results for AOL in the business section today, and the first thing that came to mind was, AOL?!? Who the heck is...

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nchristine
15 weeks ago

I read in the NYT that AOL is going to kill off Patch, one of my favorite sources for local news. How much longer until they shut it down?

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MrsMith
20 weeks ago

Winamp Media Player is one of those things that just seems like it has always been there, even though I haven’t used it for years. AOL has apparently...

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InBloom said its initiative would have allowed schools to offer customized instruction to students.
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