Member since: Apr 20th, 2006
Jan 12th 2007 12:24AM I'm a *very* happy MusicNow subscriber (i have thousands of tracks on my laptop for only $10/month; i could never afford that on ITunes). Between AOL Radio with XM and MusicNow, i'm able to satisfy both my electic tastes and my wife's...well...more stable tastes (she'll be listening to the same Crystal Gayle tracks forever). I'm psyched about about having a small device that we can use in the kitchen to stream mood music (like the AOL SinatraStyle channel) but quickly switch over to specific tunes if the kids want to dance around to Laurie Berkner. :-)
Apr 20th 2006 10:06PM http://ted.aol.com/index.php?id=167
Jan 9th 2006 1:12PM Shawn Carnell, System Architect in Dulles. The blog for one of my main projects is located at http://journals.aol.com/alphablogger/alpha/. I keep an unofficial tech blog at http://journals.aol.com/shawncarnell/WayOutbox/.
Jan 8th 2006 5:37AM You give G far too much credit when you write: "Google's server network is the only one in existence that could handle a hosted office suite--GMAIL has proven that."
I have full confidence that AOL and Yahoo! have server networks capable of hosting office suites. About the only thing lacking from either of those providers is the word processing/spreadsheet aps which are easy acquisitions.
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