The Golden Age of Hollywood

Our member Joanne forwarded me an article that states that Ning will no longer be offering FREE service. If this is true, which I believe it is, then GAOH will be closing down. Not only can I not afford to pay for service to keep GAOH going but I'm unwilling to hassle with soliciting funds to keep it going. So, if you come by one day soon and GAOH is gone then you will know why. Here is the link to the article:

http://news.cnet.com/8301-13577_3-20002611-36.html?tag=newsEditorsP...

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Comment by Catherine on April 16, 2010 at 12:34am
This is truly awful.

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