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<< When @Home is accessible people will turn their backs on AOL to their better service unless AOL comes up with a viable option (I said viable! all you skeptics who will shout at me with words like ADSL). The point I am making is that current on-line users want a better experience and AOL is simply not it. >>

Are you sure about that? My friend has a 56K modem which downloads all those awful graphic-intense web pages just fine. He can chat with fellow gamers and play two different games online at once.

My Dad will soon be upgrading, and all he needs to do is track his portfolio, get to the web for his online broker, and write to relatives.

Why should anyone seek "better" when "satifactory" works fine? If anything, MSFT and our television sets has told us that people will settle for mediocrity.

Of course, if AOL raises its price high enough, all bets are off.


The first application of technology is to mimic or improve something that already exists.

The first mistake of technology is to mimic or improve something that already exists.



Washu! ^O^
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