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PeteF
06-10-2006, 04:18 PM
Ok folks, I've been working on this one for a while and it's
finally done. I think we will mostly agree on this issue and
you might find even find some new arguments why AOL or
MSN are not the best choice.

I also developed a very unique method for displaying the
article that I've never seen done anywhere else before.

Comments & feedback are always appreciated.

WHY AOL & MSN ARE NOT THE BEST CHOICE FOR ISP
http://www.htworkshop.com/freeinfo_aol_msn_not_best_choice_select.htm

---pete---

RAK
06-10-2006, 06:30 PM
:clap2: :rockon:

Good job, Pete! And you are ahead of the curve. Given the seeming demise of the Net Neutrality movement, we may soon see similar pages on MSN ,Aol and Comcast, followed by dollar signs, of course.

Seth
06-10-2006, 07:07 PM
Well done Pete. Very thorough and informative.

I'd ditch the blue lines though...should make it much easier to read.

guest102
06-10-2006, 07:13 PM
Outstanding Pete!!!

PeteF
06-10-2006, 09:41 PM
Well done Pete. Very thorough and informative.

I'd ditch the blue lines though...should make it much easier to read.

Thanks for the feedback on the lines.
I was wondering about that. :)
---pete---

Pi rules
06-14-2006, 09:42 PM
Very good. :wave:

Just a minor thing: choice should be choices, and you may want to insert a "your" or something.

WHY AOL & MSN ARE NOT THE BEST CHOICE[S] FOR [YOUR] ISP


AOL - Your personal AOL Webspace has a banner at the top of the screen with random advertisements! For the high price you pay to be on AOL you would think that they would allow you full control over your own website content and not force you to display their ads. This is very bad indeed!
Well put.

You could also add something about how difficult it is to unsubscribe from AOL. They often charge people for an extra month or two once they do manage to tell the phone rep. that they don't want AOL any more.

PeteF
06-15-2006, 02:05 AM
You could also add something about how difficult it is to unsubscribe from AOL. They often charge people for an extra month or two once they do manage to tell the phone rep. that they don't want AOL any more.

In my research I did find that complaint; however, I also found info
indicating that AOL addressed that problem. About a year ago I
signed up with AOL just for the trial period so that I could familiarize
myself with their system and serve my AOL type customers better.
After the trial period, I cancelled and it went very smooth.
So I decided to leave that one out of my article.

---pete---