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Give away the software, and give everyone a free month of service and let them see how great it is.
Chrystal Workman says authorities falsely accused her of talking oral sex to her daughter, "Modern Family" star Ariel Winter -- and she wants to get to the bottom of the claims by putting Ariel's psychiatrist and her attorney on the hot seat.
In the papers, Chrystal also alleges the DCFS investigators asked if she'd ever given Ariel a very graphic demonstration regarding how to use Monistat 7.
We are paraphrasing, and heavily, because Chrystal's own words in the papers are just that graphic.
AOL's publicly traded stock reached the stratosphere, and so it bought a gaggle of companies for stock and made some of the sellers billionaires (for awhile, and if they were able to sell). For one reason: AOL was seen as the stand-in for the Internet.I don't know whose idea it was but you kind of glossed over the one thing that made AOL such a success, in my opinion. AOL decided that software was a commodity but the monthly service fee was the goldmine.So they gave away the software, the others were aghast. As you indicated AOL flooded the market with diskettes and then later CDs.(This idea cratered because Warner Music refused to play.) Von Meister's ideas were great, but just a little bit ahead of their time.He started companies about as often as people change their socks, and he usually left behind a series of burned out investors and piles of bills as he either began another new company or pivoted the old company into a new direction. One of these companies was Control Video, which provided the Game Line modem technology for the Atari 2600, which itself was a pivot from Control Video's initial business plan to offer music on-demand.