AOL is still fighting to be your start page, and their new launch is impressive. Check out myAOL for an iGoogle-type experience. Mgnet (pronounced magnet) is a cool new way to navigate for content using images rather than words. And finally My AOL Favorites is a feed reader and a bookmarking solution. The product manager for all of these new features blogged about the launch on his site today. All of these new products focus on letting the user control their own experience. How much control does your site give your users?
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