AOL Outage in Prairie Village, Johnson County, Kansas
Problems detected at AOL
Users are reporting problems related to: e-mail and internet.
AOL (America Online) is an internet portal as well as an internet service provider. As an ISP, AOL offers dial up internet through its AOL Advantage plans.
AOL problems in the last 24 hours in Prairie Village, Kansas
The following chart shows the number of reports that we have received about AOL over the past 24 hours from users in Prairie Village and near by areas. An outage is determined when the number of reports are higher than the baseline, represented by the red line.
August 09: Problems at AOL
AOL is having issues since 03:40 PM GMT. Are you also affected? Leave a message in the comments section!
Most Reported Problems:
- Total Blackout
AOL Outage Map Near Prairie Village, Johnson County, Kansas
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AOL Issues Reports Near Prairie Village, KansasLatest outage, problems and issue reports in Prairie Village and nearby locations:
from Grandview, Missouri
Too bad ABC, CBS, NBC & AOL are all being silent on all the revelations of the past week. Obama orchestrated it all.
from Kansas City, Kansas
@joncoopertweets @AOL What an idiot! Get him out of The White House.
from Kansas City, Kansas
Give it up #NFLNetwork - awful broadcast. Commentators 👎 and the same 4 commercials in each break. For those savvy people, they blocked the ability to direct the sound to the HonePod. Short sightedness is what ended Blockbuster and AOL. Time to put the viewers first #nfl
AOL Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
@tonyposnanski lol we didn’t have cable, video games, or AOL til much later. We were poor and lived in a rural town. I graduated in ‘93
@tonyposnanski Born in ‘61 (graduated high school ‘79) so on the cusp but I sure don’t remember AOL, cable (we had rabbit ears) Blockbuster (because video wasn’t) and the only video game I remember was Pong. And we ran like hell when the ice cream man rang those bells, no recorded crap then.
@tonyposnanski Ummmm…sorry, didn’t have those things. Never had cable, phones, video games, AOL Messenger, or Blockbuster until I was in my 20s. Of course, I’m an early X-er, so there’s that.
@tonyposnanski I didn’t have AOL messenger. When I graduated from college in June of 1992 I’d never heard the word internet, never mind used it.
Twitter should really make this a user-friendly platform. It reads like an AOL chat room. I have had my Twitter for a short period of time and have had 4 different BOT accounts to delete. Too bad @elonmusk could not get in here and clean it up....could have been GREAT!
@RealLyndaCarter I'm aware I was probably catfished a long time ago, but I wanted to confirm: you never had an AOL account back in the day, right?
if twitter is gonna go down could it least say "Goodbye" like AOL did the one second before your service randomly interrupted
sign on to aol and think of funny things to say she'll always lol, never pretends like she's away
Problem I have is a lot of my old accounts were set up with old email addresses that Yahoo or aol etc have deleted now, and when I try to sign in they send a confirmation code to the non existent email address. So it seems I have a load of accounts I can't access.
I mean cable is basically dead. It's not completely dead but it's closer to having an AOL subscription than it is to having a smartphone with 5G service. ESPN still has the ability to manufacture news cycles, but I feel like other platforms do that just as much nowadays.