LinuxToday.com.au: America Online, Yahoo! send clear MessageAug 20, 2000, 17:29 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Last week the Linux community recieved a big enthusiastic "we know you exist", with two of the world's pioneering Internet companies releasing new Linux versions of their products to the consumer."
"America Online is one of the world's biggest Internet Service Providers, a company with 20 million worldwide subscribers and a slew of subsidiary company acquisitions including Mirablis, the makers of ICQ, and Netscape, producers of the most popular web browser of all time. Both Netscape and ICQ turned out to be "killer apps", applications which changed the face of the Internet as we used to know it."
"Yahoo! are the owners of the world's most visited web site, Yahoo.com. They have been operating for a number of years and owe their success to their innovative web portal and the outstanding provision of services which they provide, including web-based email, chat and instant-messaging services."