AOL Outage in Chesterton, Porter County, Indiana
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.
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Jin Ling. Come help me guess Wei Wuxian's AOL password
@aolmail all my aol mail just disappeared. Can you help me to get it back??
LTE network been acting like AOL dial up all year
@INArteCarloDoss It’d be poetic if the top was marked by Tesla buying a real car company. An AOL-TimeWarner of sorts. Ofc I don’t think any auto company is going to be stupid enough to do it but who knows
@mcpeasy Ok I just put it on, not that I needed confirmation on them being AOL, but holy **** actually how do you think this is good? How do you defend this?! It’s SO BAD MATT. Omg. Listening to (What’s The Story) Morning Glory? from start to finish now to recover from that @liamgallagher
@JasonSmith014 Blockbuster rental, tower records, beeper, busy signal calling friends, dialup, AOL mail
@zachsayshey @ankushsingh1 @elonmusk This is so wrong. There are several major projects in defi that solve very expensive problems and create smart contracts for loans, liquidity, exchange etc etc etc.... they have value because people use them to solve problems. ETH is one. Coin just for the sake of coin = AOL
@w24holden Don't blame you.... We must have the worst record for goals for shots.... We are Dreadful... Do they have goals at the AOL..
@Razio14814294 Twitter is slow today. Like AOL dialup
@gbildson @pkedrosky this was also before the pay per click search model. Netscape charged search engines $200k/yr to appear in the drop down search. Netscape did end up selling to AOL for $4 billion.