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Subject: Re: Prob with Archos fm
From: Glenn Ervin at Home (
Date: 2004-06-16

I gave the AOL disk that came in the mail the other day to my 9 year old
son, and said: "here son, this is called a coaster", "when it reads AOL on
But I like the tin it comes in for the disks that I burn that don't come
with an envelop for storage.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Joseph Jones" <>
To: "Rockbox development" <>
Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2004 3:35 PM
Subject: Re: Prob with Archos fm

Just as an aside, AOL is used pretty much internationally, mainly by
n00bz and people who don't know better (ie. people for whom technology
has passed by and simply don't have the necessary skills to work any
other ISP (eg. older people)).

We get AOL discs through the door here in the UK. I generally use them
as drinks mats.


Fred Maxwell wrote:
> John Wunder wrote:
>> Trust me, if he's American, it's what Fred said.
> I am an American and I'm assuming that is also, given
> his choice of America Online as an ISP. His use of the term is,
> unfortunately, almost certainly as I described.

> Regards,
> Fred Maxwell
> _______________________________________________


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