Monday, December 13, 2004

Tell AOL

 Member Feedback This link will take you to a form that you can use to tell AOL what you want. Like maybe SPELL CHECK IN JOURNALS?????? LOL


  1. Thanks for posting it.  Not too bad on spelling but it would be a useful thing to have on journals xxx

  2. I really would like spell check in the journals, I spell awful  so I did send that in. I have not been writing in my journal. I went to work and don't have a lot of extra time. What time I do have I try to spend with the grand baby.  I do still read your journal every day. I really feel like I know you. have a wonderful Christmas, Hugs

  3. Great idea! I asked for that, more moods and for AOL to stop eating my open browser windows if AOL decides to just dump me.

  4. AOL should do something about errors in either spelling or wording on its 'headlines' page (among others).  Case in point:
    in the WSJ section "Will The Procrastinators Will Rescue Retail?"

    Shouldn't someone have edited the second "Will" out of it?

    Thank you.


  5. Until today, I was a satisfied user of AOL 8.0.  Then today I did what has turned out to be a very stupid thing. I downloaded AOL 9.0 Security Edition.  STUPID!  STUPID!  STUPID!  In my opinion, the AOL 9.0 Security Edition is awful!  If the AOL 9.0 Security Edition is supposed to be an "upgrade" then please God, in the future, please save us from AOL upgrades!  I subscribe to CompuServe as well as to AOL.  Since "upgrading" to AOL 9.0 Security Edition I am, among other things, having trouble logging on to CompuServe because, I am told, AOL is now always running.  Talking on the phone to an AOL Member Services Specialist about this problem was a very big waste of time.  In my opinion, the AOL 9.0 Security Edition SUCKS!


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