WSJ.com - AOL Enters Social-Network Fray: "Playing catch-up with rivals like MySpace and Microsoft Corp., AOL has launched a social-networking site for its 43 million U.S. instant-messaging users.
AIM Pages, which debuted last week, allow AIM users to chat with 'buddies' while creating and searching profile pages similar to those on other leading social-networking sites.
Users who sign up with their AIM user name on AIMPages.com can customize a profile page with photos; bloglike journal entries; and drag and drop features like polls, games and personalized content from third parties like YouTube and Netflix Inc."
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