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Growing from the services of PlayNET and Quantum Link, America Online (AOL) was founded in 1991 to provide Internet and email access to customers through its web portal with a user-friendly graphical interface. AOL service was originally sold by the hour. In 1993 AOL began mailing discs to prospective customers in one of the largest and most aggressive direct-mail campaigns ever. Discs contained the software needed to use AOL and provided a few hours of free service. This 3.5-inch floppy disk was mailed around 1995, and included fifteen hours of free AOL access. As the number of AOL users swelled to around eight million by 1996, AOL discs became ubiquitous in America’s mailboxes and the log-on greeting of “you’ve got mail” permeated the cultural consciousness. As other Internet service providers and broadband access entered the market, AOL discs began to offer hundreds and thousands of free hours.

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1978 Toyota Chinook

Don’t sleep on this 1978 Toyota Chinook motorhome if you’ve been hunting for one of these rare compact campers. The condition is impressive and the

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Motomags

Motomags are the original, largest-selling, best-looking aluminum “mag” type wheels on the market during the earliest days of BMX. Skip Hess hand cast them to

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Slots and Jugs

Livin’ the vanner lifestyle 😋 #VannerChick #blackandwhitephotography #StreetVan #FoundPhoto #VanLife #Vanner #FordVan #FiveSlotMags #ProTrac #Psyne #PsyneCo #VintageStyle #TShirt #VintageTShirt #VintageFashion Live Free or Die 1976

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