AOL Outage in Ashburn, Loudoun County, Virginia
Problems detected at AOL
Users are reporting problems related to: e-mail and internet.
The latest reports from users having issues in Ashburn come from postal codes 20149.
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 Ashburn, Virginia
The following chart shows the number of reports that we have received about AOL over the past 24 hours from users in Ashburn and near by areas. An outage is determined when the number of reports are higher than the baseline, represented by the red line.
October 16: Problems at AOL
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Most Reported Problems:
- Total Blackout
AOL Outage Map Near Ashburn, Loudoun County, Virginia
The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Ashburn.
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AOL Issues Reports Near Ashburn, VirginiaLatest outage, problems and issue reports in Ashburn and nearby locations:
from Germantown View, Maryland
@LauraGellerTV You apparently didn’t see my smoke signal, can on a string or AOL Instant Message.
from Ashburn Village, Virginia
This time in the house gives me CLARITY... idk how people are upset.. Yes I get out, then I lock down... and process.. People got “dial up” processors or something, ol AOL brains... Help yourself & your next move at this time
from Chantilly, Virginia
5 Jobs I’ve had: 1. Intern / Mascot @ABC Kidzine on @AOL 2. Catering Staff at countless DC Caterers 3. Founder / Owner of JAM Productions and the Exchange VIPs 4. Sales/Service at @CustomInk 5. All things SEO @Appian
from Ashburn Village, Virginia
@jrhuddles @verge Every time a boomer asks if I want my online history held against me, they are likely talking about stupid things I probably said, but I think back to my Geocities FF7 fansite (lots of copyright infringement, I'm sure) and being accused of god-moding in an AOL Marvel Sim chat.
AOL Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
one day you logged off your AOL account not realizing you’d never log back on it ever again.
@keezdawg @nathINSANE Ran in a 3stack and the latency was so bad. Like guys dead on screen, evaporated from a fusion or blown off the edge of the map and then getting punched by them. It honestly felt like old Team Fortress AOL dialup bad. My ping 40ms. No one on my team was over 80.
@iam_preethi @AJA_Cortes Web 2.0 "the return to AOL" was a terrible experience. They rebuilt why people canceled cable and fired AOL to begin with.
@hexbizzyian And AOL dial up was before 5 g. Also how many more internet users are here now v.s then? Things change, it's called innovation. New tech tends to do better than old tech. The problem is in the cryptospace is they do not innovate, they just copy and repackage and tell a story.
I’m going to make an AOL email to confuse ******** out of everyone
ao3... can't believe those guys had a chat thing. m,might be thicking of aol what ********
@grahammcbain Back in my day, we'd get our internet in the mail! 300 free hours of AOL! Only there weren't websites, just keywords. An hour to download a song, and sometimes it wasn't even the right song. Your PC would get slow so you had to rearrange your hard drive. We called it defragging
@dany156 @Bowthrow @TimGettys And they are raising prices for an online service that isn't even fully functional or featured yet and feels like AOL level of work.. I just.. I just can't with them lol
Never mind the fact that Ted Turner had no choice as to whether or not WCW went out of business as he was no longer in control of the company he created and AOL/Time Warner did not want wrestling as a part of their conglomerate. That was a very bad move by Mr. Khan.
@DavidPoland Disney is not Netflix and Wall Street needs to realize that, or else end up like the poor sods who invested in AOL after the Time Warner merger.