3char was an idea concocted by Kenton and Pacman a few weeks ago while on a phone conference with Mage and some others.  Everyone on the conference was saying “3CHAR!” and “I WILL PUNT JOO” in funny voices.  I wish I had it recorded.  I talked with Pacman about buying the domain and he did.  None of the stuff here is real, it’s just funny.  It’s meant to be a spoof of “real” AOL news sites like,,, etc.  Enjoy.  We should be moving webhosters in the next week or so, so don’t freak out when you get a DNS error.

Comments are welcome:

Pacman –
AIM: pacman

Kenton –
AIM: kenton

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Mage – (more…)

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Exploits Online by Tau


Welcome to Tau’s AOL Exploits site. Here you will find up to date information on the great things you can do on AOL that are not officially supported by AOL along with other online goodies.

With so many people on AOL with so many people trying to more AOL exploits I encourage all of you to send me your screen shots, e-mails, or Instant Messages having to do with anything funny, interesting, or plain stupid. All credit will be given to you.


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knk2 logo_knk4life_1, possibly the last of the great AOL programming websites, has closed down. This is probably for the best, since it hadn’t had any new content in years. In fact, I was actually a little shocked that the site lasted so long. For those of you who don’t know, DarcFX was known for being the site the succeeded after it closed down. KnK4Life was once the biggest resource for AOL add-on development. I’m talking thousands of unique visitors a day big. I mention its relevance here mostly because the site housed a couple of my programs and programming examples. It boosted my visibility a decent amount, and for that I’m thankful.

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