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November 24, 2009

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LOL

Or should I say "Lol."?

Hey, no fair writing two very comment-worthy posts in one day, I'm trying to get some work done here!

This "Aol." nonsense just goes to show that a) this brand is increasingly irrelevant, b) the C-suite has some vague sense that they are irrelevant, but c) have a tin ear for gaining relevance. Not going anywhere. Fast.

A period? They spent money adding a period? What they need to spend money on is figuring out if anyone needs their service anymore.

Guess they didn't pay any attention to how well Microsoft did with .NET. [I hate putting the period after that just because it looks so stupid].

But Aol., now that's UNBELIEVABLY stupid.

jessica is right

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