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AOL embraces social networking

Tacking on instant messaging gives AOL a boost in the hot social networking scene. At other sites you communicate with your network of friends and colleagues via e-mail.

By Michelle Johnson
March 15, 2004

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'You've got social networking!" No, you won't hear that when you log onto America Online, but the "six degrees of separation" craze has arrived in the AOL universe. More specifically, it's arrived at ICQ Universe, a service recently launched by ICQ, which is owned by AOL. (Full Article: 956 Words)

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