America on Line—founded in 1985 as a revolutionary service that provides prompt assistance to Internet users, allowing them to locate anything quickly without having to invest much time in sifting through the overwhelming information available on the World Wide Web. AOL's mission is to build a global medium as central to people's lives as the telephone and television.
America On Line. You knew that, right? Well, if you didn't, there it is. America On Line is the largest Internet content provider out there, though it's not accessible outside of North America and Europe. See AOL's web site for much more information.
AOL is an on-line service. It is simply a connection between your computer and whatever it is that you need to connect to (such as a news agency, weather, sports, the Internet, etc.). In this case it is Unimatic and Apollo. AOL is the only on-line service that has an agreement with UAL to access Unimatic and Apollo from outside the property. You must have a membership with AOL in order to access them.
A popular web portal currently using Google for search.
An online information provider, which got its start as a dial up service off the Internet and which has become the largest Internet Service Provider in the world.
American Online. Presently, the world's most populous Online Service.
The world's largest internet service provider. In the first days of 2001, AOL and Time Warner completed their merger to become the largest online information and entertainment conglomerate in the world.
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See America On-Line.
America On-Line - Great for novice users, uses Google as part of it's search results.
The largest Internet service provider in the United States.
The default search engine for users of the AOL Internet service provider, currently using Google for search.
online service that spawns newbies. probably NOT a good idea if you want to be a devout quaker due to lag. finger: ronsolo for specimen samples
(America On Line) An Internet Service Provider, or ISP. AOL were in business as a large commercial bulletin board before the internet really took off. Now they are an ISP specialising in family-friendly internet access.