Mike Riccardi would spend hours in chatrooms hosted by America Online as a teenager. That was the s, and Riccardi was into grunge and metal music, video games, and computers. By , AOL had 19, chatrooms. Along with this product came the away message, buddy icons, a personal profile, and eventually voice chat, file transfer, and chat bots. Of course, celebrities were involved in this new way to connect with the fans. Now, some twenty years later, the once-vibrant chatroom communities of AOL have nearly disappeared, but they are still there … barely.
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I t was May 24, — 30 years ago this weekend — that the company now called AOL first came into existence. In , Steve Case was a recent college grad with a home computer and modem who got a job at a company called Control Video, which sold Atari games. It collapsed shortly after he arrived. From onward, Case nurtured Quantum from a few thousand members to more than , In , Quantum was renamed America Online.
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Blonde bombshells Julianne Hough and Kate Hudson served up seriously sexy style this week in two ab-baring ensembles. Julianne Hough, 27, wowed in casual look that most people wouldn't dare step out in. Kate Hudson, 36, flashed her own toned tummy in a chic black-and-white two-piece set comprised of a bandeau top and high-waisted, wide-legged pants.