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My Life at AOL by Julia L. Wilkinson

My Life at AOL

by Julia L. Wilkinson

202 pages
The first inside story of the world's largest Internet company.

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About the Book

Read the story of America Online from the perspective of an employee who was "in the trenches."

Discover the "mad inventor" -- the "genius marketer promoter" named Bill von Meister, who most people have never heard of, and who came up with the original idea for the company that became AOL.

Learn what it was like to work there in the early days, experiencing and running the online auctions, weddings, game shows, murder mysteries, treasure hunts, and more.

My Life at AOL is the personal story of an insider who watched the Internet grow up. It will give you a better understanding of this thing we call "cyberspace."

 

 

About the Author

Julia Wilkinson worked for AOL from 1988 ­ 1997.

She has been featured in many media venues, including USA Today, The Washington Post, The LA Times, and NPR.

At AOL, she worked with major media partners such as The New York Times, Hachette Filipacchi, and Business Week.

She lives in Virginia.

 

 

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