from: firstname.lastname@example.org date: Wed, 29 Jul 1998
I find no fault with angelfire. I think you have fairly described the free web page business. I am pleased so far with angelfire.
date: Sun, 19 Jul 1998
I had my site deleted TWICE by Angelfire. There was not a single cuss word on there (I didn't even say sucks or crap!!!) And I never went into the delete page utility. The theme was Animorphs, a children's book series. I would like to know how you could "accidentaly" delete a page on Angelfire. I have given up on Angelfire, GeoCities is ultimatly better. Why do people want more space??? So they know that if they need to have that much, they will have it available. And Geo has many more help options than Angelfire. Community Leaders help homesteaders with any questions they have (i know, I am one) This is something I often wished Angelfire had. They also have a Help Chat where you can get imediate answers. There's also help forums.
from: anonymous date: Fri, 17 Jul 1998
I think this is about the dumbest page I've ever been to. Why waste your time to defend Angelfire. If people don't like Angelfire let them not like it. The Anti-Angelfire probably receives a hell of alot more traffic than a Pro-anything site. So shut up, go home, and take your Midol wussy. I think these kinds of letters are hilarious. And best of all, they don't come with email addresses. I have said on my page that i am not forcing my opinion on anyone.
from: email@example.com date: Wed, 15 Jul 1998
I've been with Angelfire for a long time and I really like it. It is easy to use and I was comfortable with their help section and am now learning html. Lot's of info through their pages. Concerning laws, Laws were made by people for civility. Not everyone has learned this and those are the people that, when given an inch, take a mile. Those are the people who think it's a person's business to watch or read pornography. But the fact still remains, there are laws against these types of things. Is it a persons own business if he wants to break into someone's house? There is a law against that too. Angelfire is free for goodness sakes, this keeps up and nothing will be free. I appreciate any space I get free. It's nice to be able to responsibly control your site and learn as you go. Some people are given to much and then expect it and want to gripe about it. Sorry this is so long, I can get on a roll. Thanks, Deb
from: firstname.lastname@example.org date: Wed, 8 Jul 1998
Angelfire has resources for the beginning homepager that I have found nowhere else. I've been able to construct a poetry homepage to my virtual satisfaction. So, I am deeply thankful to the Angelfire directors & managers for giving me this FREE opportunity to create something profound.
date: Wed, 8 Jul 1998 I'm surprised by the anger at Angelfire, but I suppose it attracts attention, which is what everyone needs, to some reasonable degree. I also have a homepage at Tripod, but their Basic Editor is very limited. Still, it's a neat place in its own way. I was at Geocities for a while, as I struggled to learn some html, but was suddenly evicted without explanation: but I think their reason might have been my use of a well known corporate name in one of my rather satirical poems. I have since been very careful to avoid that mistake. Hoping to be of help, Jaunty.
from: email@example.com date: Thu, 2 Jul 1998
Angelfire was my first homepage I ever attempted to create. Yes, I was one of those around when it crashed, but no problem, I just rebuilt it. I have been TOTALLY satisfied with Angelfire. They have the best set-up I have ever used and I do currently use Geocities and Tripod. To me Angelfire is simply the best. The only things I would change would be to give more bytes like the other two have. Aside from that I love Angelfire.
from: firstname.lastname@example.org date: Wed, 1 Jul 1998
I think angelfire is great. Their home page editor is real easy to use.