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Necessity, being the mother of invention, helped lead to what is now a near given on the web — the buddy list. AOL still charged an hourly fee to be logged onto its service.With most systems of that era, an administrator might be able to tell people were logged on, but they didn't know who.
Under the leadership of Tim Armstrong it now focuses on video and its ad network.Even that number would eventually be much too small.That requirement meant AOL's messenger would need its own code, particularly as the resources allotted to the project — technically none — would have trouble with that scale.Millions of subscribers paid AOL monthly for the ability to sign online. The "You've got mail" notification became the sound Americans associated with their first email accounts, as well as a movie with Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan.
Barry Appelman, Eric Bosco and Jerry Harris worked at AOL in the 1990s and early 2000s as engineers on AOL Instant Messenger, known commonly as AIM. Appelman and Bosco programmed in the Unix operating system.In many ways, AIM was right in line with the times, just at a company hanging on to a business model that would soon become obsolete.