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The two images below were taken at different points during the evening. While I agree it's practically pointless for general use - that's basically the point, and I love the take they've chosen on it.
ALittleLight 10 months ago Saying it "utterly fails" seems harsh, especially because you don't give any explanation. Users clicking AOL's "Find a chat" icon report that it produced a list of chat rooms in which every room had exactly the same name I don't think you can say it fails at all, the author never said it was an attempt at minimalism, or minimalism in the way you understand it.
Perhaps AOL feels that keeping coverage out of the mainstream media is enough for another image Other Recent Attacks. With 13 million users, several ahcker inevitably witness the chat room hack -- and five AOL Watch readers came forward to share their recollections.
This marks the culmination of an ongoing streak in which at least 34 different AOL content areas have been affected since April of I feel like this is something Reddit would try to do as part of their April fool's experiments. The hackers -- and even some subscribers -- are publicly opining that AOL is powerless to prevent the assaults.
There would be a lot of other ways to accomplish similar functionality of keeping the most recently typed messages active, without removing them completely. I definitely won't use it, but as a creative project and social experiment - I love it.
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I think it's debatable whether it's minimalist or not. Next time you visit AOL's chat rooms, remember the day the chat stood still.
The app has its own aesthetic. I don't think it's justifiable to say it "utterly fails" either way though.
One was reminded that, once again, AOL's performance issues are completely out of the subscribers' hands. The day the chat stood still.