dominant online service of the late 1990s, initialism of America Online, company name from late 1989.
As far as aol is concerned, virtually anyone can write this stuff.
Customers that wanted to leave aol found out that canceling the monthly fee was a headache.
Her recent work has also appeared on PBS, NPR, The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, and aol's Politics Daily.
Its competitors at the time were the now-forgotten Lycos and Excite, not to mention the gorilla of its day, aol.
Michael Arrington, who runs TechCrunch and just sold it to aol a few months ago, is an abrasive, big-ego, sometimes obnoxious guy.
Joel Keller is the editor-in-chief of the aol blog TV Squad.
When Huffington, in her brief incarnation as head of all of aol.
The overnight media news blockbuster— aol buying The Huffington Post for $315 million—makes a statement on several levels.
This, she says, is a “bet” that aol shares will do better than mere cash.
In fact, when they finally do roll aol out of Time Warner, which appears imminent, they will essentially just say, “Never mind.”