May 27, 2003
AOL: Interop? What Interop?

Depressingly, it looks like AOL is inching further and further away from allowing other instant-message networks to interoperate with their own. They’ve already managed to retreat from full interoperability to a simple promise that they would open their network when they integrated video messaging with it — and now, Dan Gillmor is reporting that they’re backing off on even that anemic commitment. How pathetic is that? Come on, AOL, you can do better… [Seen on Marc’s Voice]

Posted by Jason Lefkowitz at May 27, 2003

How does the abbreviation AOL interpret?

Posted by: Marina on August 19, 2004 8:17 AM

Sorry, should have made that clearer -- "AOL" is short for "America Online".

Posted by: Jason Lefkowitz on August 19, 2004 9:25 AM
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