The Mac@AOL Blog is a forum to allow the Mac product team to keep you posted on updates, new applications and some of the fascinating development work going on in other groups at AOL (check out BlueString or CircaVie). The blog can also allow interaction between the Mac community and the people at AOL who design and build the applications you use. We'll be reading your comments and responding, so please let us know what you're thinking.
Building great Mac applications requires a team effort so the entire Mac product team at AOL has been invited to write about interesting aspects of Mac development, designing user interfaces and any interesting topics about the Macintosh universe.
I know some of you may be saying to yourself, "AOL, back on the Mac?" Yes! AOL is committed to the Mac Platform and we have released updates to the popular applications: AOL Radio for Mac, AOL Pictures for Mac and AOL Service Assistant. Did you know you can use your Apple .Mac or free AIM account to log into AOL Radio or AOL Pictures? Both applications are Universal Binaries so they'll run nicely on your new Intel Macintosh.
Lee Givens, Jr.
AOL Mac Product Lead
Welcome to the Mac@AOL Blog. My name is Lee Givens and I'm the Product Lead for the Mac and iPhone products at AOL. You can find the latest information on AOL's software development on the Mac and any cool happenings at AOL. The purpose of the blog is to create a feedback loop so we can hear from our loyal AOL Mac users. Managing a blog is a lot of work, so I enlisted support from the whole team...the Mac team is made up of dedicated Macintosh developers, QA engineers and Product folks.