The Fort Worth Star-Telegram has always been a solid paper when it comes to writing about technology. So it’s with great pleasure when I’m quoted. Here’s the latest:
Jake McKee, a Web developer in Garland who works with online communities, said AOL was once the premier way for early adopters to get online. It has since grown more of a reputation as the ISP for the elderly and technophobic, he said.
"If I was at AOL, the question I’d be asking is, how do we get the crowd to evolve beyond Grandma who signed up last week because she wanted to e-mail her grandkids?" McKee said. "When our audience is made up of people who are stuck in their routine, how do we grow beyond that?"
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