New Digital Age Online Website Launches

Posted on March 12, 1999

DigitalAgeOnline, the publishers of Digital Age Magazine, aim to make web technology easier to understand with the launch today of its new website.

"We created DigitalAgeOnline as a way to cut through the confusion online," said Michael Kelly, TLS Media's chairman a nd CEO. "Regular people have gotten lost between the 'geek-speak' of web programmers and the overkill of so-called web portals. Our site streamlines the online experience, providing help for everything from searching for web sites to learning about computers and even buying products online."

Billed as "the home page for people who weren't born yesterday," DigitalAgeOnline.com plans to eliminates endless searching with its "EasyLinks" to pre-screened sites on topics from adventure to women's interest. It also features a search function using the popular "Ask Jeeves" utility, which lets users ask about areas of interest in plain English.
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