Observations and comments
ly idea is less an idea and more of an inquiry into the miserable performance that AOL has come up with.So many various things that one has gotten used to over the years and really expects are now an exception. I have now been a steady and faithful subscriber to AOL since 1993 and have reached the ripe old age of 90 years during that time frame. New owners did not necessarily help the situation any, I am sorry to say and some of the new additions and inventions in some cases cause more confusion than acceptance. I may be told I am on the wrong channel voicing my opinion - so be it. At 90 one does not learn quite as quickly as 60 years earlier but if I have to? I am declined to learn other websites' operations. I believe that I am not the only one that is not exactly thrilled over the direction the Chronicle is heading. You may put on your thinking caps and give this whole thing a once over. Keeping up with the Joneses is not necessarily always the best and only method. Will this be even read by someone with authority and input? I can hope, can't I. A subscriber of over 6 decades whose been around the block a few times (and a female to boot!) Happy Holiday and God's blessings for us all - we sure need it.
Jerry Longden commented
AOL has evolved into sort of an online program for Seniors. AOL is at the same time far and away the worst program out there.