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x Wasted Mind x wrote:I was an AOL user for about 5 years. :o
Started back on AOL version 3. But luckily I jumped off the bandwagon at version 6..... :-?

Too long if you ask me. I was trying to have my dad get Road Runner for years. He finally decided to do it, when he got sick of all the pr0n mail that AOL does nothing about... :D
6 waz when it started kickin you off every 20 mins and took up about 20% of your system resources :|


you made 20 mins on 6.0 That pretty good. I was stuck with AOL from 6.0 - 8.0 because he had it for a year for free. We had AT&T before that. I hate AOL with a pastion since day we had it. I never used AOL instamessager because AIM was much more user friendly and easier to use
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buster wrote:6 waz when it started kickin you off every 20 mins and took up about 20% of your system resources :|


Actually... I believe that getting kicked off so much was due to the fact that AOL has so many members, and not enough IP addresses. The only way to solve the problem with the IP leasing is to determine who's been on the longest ..and kick them off. That way others can sign online ....although it's a never ending cycle until AOL buys another block of IP addresses.
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i didnt get kicked off as much as other people, usually i left it on all night d/l and aol didnt kick me off
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Robpol86 wrote:i didnt get kicked off as much as other people, usually i left it on all night d/l and aol didnt kick me off

aol would kick you off if you left you computer for more than like 5 min or did not have the net download anything for 5 min when some time you hwere just on waiting for osme to come on
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Timelessblur wrote:aol would kick you off if you left you computer for more than like 5 min or did not have the net download anything for 5 min when some time you hwere just on waiting for osme to come on


And people were paying how much per month for this service?

I'm sorry, but one of my favorite things to do with the internet is just leave it on. You shouldn't get kicked offline for inactivity and there should be unlimited online time.
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Timelessblur wrote:aol would kick you off if you left you computer for more than like 5 min or did not have the net download anything for 5 min when some time you hwere just on waiting for osme to come on


And people were paying how much per month for this service?

I'm sorry, but one of my favorite things to do with the internet is just leave it on. You shouldn't get kicked offline for inactivity and there should be unlimited online time.


The price to my knowledge is still $24.95 a month.

AOL claims you don't get kicked off for inactivity... but then if that's the truth, why are there AOL idlers out there.. that ping the servers to keep you online.

AOL just blames the disconnections on internet congestion.
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Timelessblur wrote:aol would kick you off if you left you computer for more than like 5 min or did not have the net download anything for 5 min when some time you hwere just on waiting for osme to come on


And people were paying how much per month for this service?

I'm sorry, but one of my favorite things to do with the internet is just leave it on. You shouldn't get kicked offline for inactivity and there should be unlimited online time.


25 bucks a month for really crap dail up
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thats half of cable or dsl. AIM is free and has better features then aol in my opinion. most of aol's features are useless
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buster wrote:thats half of cable or dsl. AIM is free and has better features then aol in my opinion. most of aol's features are useless


Not useless. because you can USE them. Most people don't use them.. but you can if you wanted to.

I guess the correct word of choice would be.. 'most of AOLs features are pointless.' :wink:
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x Wasted Mind x wrote:
buster wrote:thats half of cable or dsl. AIM is free and has better features then aol in my opinion. most of aol's features are useless


Not useless. because you can USE them. Most people don't use them.. but you can if you wanted to.

I guess the correct word of choice would be.. 'most of AOLs features are pointless.' :wink:


The only feature that I could do AOL instance messager that I can not do on AIM is I can it in "stealth mode" where could see who was online but no one could tell i was on. But I can do that just as easily with AIM by running under a diffent screen name that no has (and they never will get). AOL claims to have parental feature just they are easy to get around if you dont use AOL brower (I never used it and I hate it) beside it took me about 4 sec to change my account over to a master account with no resestoin on it. What great is there are many other dail up servic that are cheaper and better than AOL. I feel really sorry for those people who have an extra phone line for there INternet and they are using AOL. They could get broad band for the same cost.
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dont you know that its bad karma to resurect topics that are over a year old?


uhg..... your next life is gonna suck, buddy
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it was over a year old rofl
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:o buster?!?


holy potatos, batman, hes back!?
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Plasma2002b wrote::o buster?!?


holy potatos, batman, hes back!?

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