As noted by a co-worker... an interview with AOL's VP of Community Products:
Q: AOL is getting into weblogs?
Weblogs, over the last several years, have migrated to replace, in some cases, people's home pages. It's natural that the blog and the home page would combine. And when you remember that AOL has the largest collection of home pages in the world, it kinda gets interesting.
Hmm. I'm trying to decide if that's good or not. Anyone else remember when AOL first gave their users Usenet access? *sigh*
UPDATE: The url is fixed now.
Posted by jzawodn at December 16, 2002 04:56 PM
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