Contest Directions: It's time for a little AOL imaging work. Your mission is to create any images that are AOL "themed". Screen-shots, advertisements, anything that includes America Online as the subject.
Started: 2/6/2005 06:05
Ended: 2/8/2005 06:05
This gallery only contains our top 18 selections from its parent contest AOL. All 33 contest pictures can be viewed here.
GeneralSubliminal Those darn AOL trial disks seem to have made it all the way to Middle Earth. Here we see Frodo installing his AOL 9.0 trial on his laptop. (full view looks a tiny bit better) 3442 days ago
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This contest is fueled by the following news: A former America Online software engineer has pleaded guilty to the theft of 92 million screen names and email addresses -- which he turned around and sold to spammers. The sale set off a true avalanche of 7 billion unsolicited emails. Jason Smathers, who is 24 years old, entered a plea to conspiracy charges in the U.S. District Court in Manhattan. He will likely face 18 months to 2 years in prison when he is sentenced in May. Smathers has told the court that he received $28,000 from someone who wanted to use the email addresses to promote an offshore gambling site to AOL customers. Screen names make it easier to send email solicitations to consumers.