AOL Outage in Birkenhead, Metropolitan Borough of Wirral, England
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Stay off aol is awful bt is sound
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@jonathanvswan @Stonekettle Who ******** still uses AOL?
@GodHamgod @JamelHerring Wasn't even so much that, their leadership (or lack thereof) was awful. I started at the company at the time of the Time/Warner Bros. merger and it was terrific. Went to crap when AOL entered the mix.
@centernovel @steamtug7 No one cares about my fantast league, but 27 years into it, one of the owners (in the middle, agewise; he's 57 or so) has never changed his AOL email.
@suterb42 @GerdDuerner @PulpLibrarian "Service" or "system," right. Delphi, GEnie, Compuserve, Prodigy, and . . . AOL. The Well, Echo, Mindvox.
@JamelHerring Awful memories! I worked for a Time Warner-owned print house back then, around the time the AOL/TW merger went through. All employees were issued 250 shares of what became worthless stock. That 2+ yr disaster couldn't end quick enough.
@JamelHerring Awful memories! I worked for a Time Warner-owned print house back then, and that fight was right around the time the AOL/TW merger went through. All employees were issued 250 shares of what became worthless stock. That 2+ yr disaster couldn't end quick enough.
@dashingdrewster I am getting a pulse so you must be OK. I have a Verizon account through AOL and in my experience AOL email pretty much just shuts down after Midnight
F*ceb*ok just showed me a memory from 2006.🤭 My generation really built this social network ****. All this **** started in AOL Chatrooms. Now look at us, bullying celebrities in a digital school cafeteria.
AOL stock price collapsed b/c of that and he caught that "falling knife" as he correctly interpreted that the "busy" signal was a short term event and subscribers would not terminate the service and AOL would increase modem capacity. In essence, he "followed the eyeballs"
One of the "models" I learned from him is "follow the eyeballs" and this dates back over two decades ago. AOL's model was a metered product and they shifted to unlimited. When they shifted to unlimited AOL subscribers would get a "busy signal" (remember the old dialup modems?)