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10-02-2007 @ 1:11PM
#15.If anything, the author of this post is going against AOL communication policy by writing about a rumor....nothing's official.If true, I find it a bit curious that AOL waited so long to ride the WoW bandwagon. It seems WoW's time in the spotlight has crested and probably won't last much longer than a year or two....developing a social community around that doesn't seem like a sound financial decision to me.They probably would have made more money just using the page as an adfarm.
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