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AOL Outage in Oak Park, Ventura County, California

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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AOL problems in the last 24 hours in Oak Park, California

AOL Outage Chart in Oak Park, Ventura County, California 04/16/2021 09:30

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Most Reported Problems:

  • E-mail 94.86% E-mail
  • Internet 3.63% Internet
  • Total Blackout .91% Total Blackout
  • Wi-fi .60% Wi-fi

AOL Outage Map Near Oak Park, Ventura County, California

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Los Angeles and Thousand Oaks.

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AOL Issues Reports Near Oak Park, California

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Oak Park and nearby locations:
  • rossrichie Ross Richie (@rossrichie) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @comixplex Yes, Malibu had an internal email network that did not connect to the outside world. AOL did exist then, though.

  • EpicVoiceGuy Jon Bailey (@EpicVoiceGuy) reported from Los Angeles, California

    Ok since when did I start getting spam emails from an email address I NEVER created that’s somehow being sent to my actual real email address?!? I never had an AOL email!!! How’s it appearing in my GMAIL?!?

  • jhamby Jake Hamby (@jhamby) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @chococherries1 @TomMerfy @jathansadowski We can’t blame all or even most of our problems on AOL. In the end, they turned themselves from an “online service” into just another ISP. But they were an early example of the problems of moderating conversations. They had a lot of volunteers cleaning up the AOL chat rooms.

  • jhamby Jake Hamby (@jhamby) reported from Los Angeles, California

    It was a mess for AOL in the short term because their customers started complaining about busy signals because of the greatly increased popularity of accessing both AOL and the Internet through their service. As a teenager, I’d cycle between the different services to try them.

  • RealMarkEbner Mark Ebner (@RealMarkEbner) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @DineshDSouza @goldengodzilla @KevinMKruse Where is this "show?" Is it on AOL or some ****?

  • jhamby Jake Hamby (@jhamby) reported from Los Angeles, California

    The original Microsoft Network, now forgotten after it quickly rebranded into an Internet ISP bundled with Windows, was designed around the AOL style of having a rich native Windows client to provide GUI interfaces to network resources at lower bandwidth than the then-new WWW.

  • Kaaydeezy khepri (@Kaaydeezy) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @kennygoodwords @anjelflowerz @Clarisaelia Damn I lowkey need my aol email back. My tumblr & old SoundCloud password is in there 🥺

  • UKNOWBIGROB Rob (@UKNOWBIGROB) reported from Los Angeles, California

    **** All that #EndSARS bullshit. Nigerians been blowing me up begging for money since the AOL days talking bout their a prince. Until you give me my $100 from 02’ it’s **** You #NIGERIAPREVAIL

  • jhamby Jake Hamby (@jhamby) reported from Los Angeles, California

    I think AOL was just from a slightly more innocent era when digital video cameras hadn’t yet percolated out and Internet gore sites hadn’t filled up with literally the worst that humanity can do to other humans, animals, etc..

  • jhamby Jake Hamby (@jhamby) reported from Los Angeles, California

    Ok, three dangerous differences, since I gave two: ad auctions and user-created groups. The third bad difference is that AOL used to cost money, so they could easily entice moderators for chat rooms by giving them free accounts. Facebook’s paying moderators & the PTSD is worse.

  • royeluna roye (@royeluna) reported from Los Angeles, California

    Every day I mentally say “files done” in that AOL computer voice ..help.

  • satan_spice 𝕤𝕒𝕥𝕒𝕟 𝕤𝕡𝕚𝕔𝕖 (@satan_spice) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @angel_ponders Parent Over Shoulder. Some real AOL chat room ****.

  • switttch scottt 🐢 (@switttch) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @lucabrazzers it took FOR-EV-ER to convince her to get AOL, but once she was on she never left. lol

  • SethDaSportsMan Seth Klein (@SethDaSportsMan) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @realfakewalter Like, when AOL, emails, and texting first came out, no one really had problems spelling “your” or “you’re”. Now it’s so rampant I think it’s people’s brains have either regressed or they’ve just stopped caring. It’s like Idiocracy

  • el_duderino8184 The Essential Dude (@el_duderino8184) reported from Los Angeles, California

    I used to print out naked pics while my parents were at home, and use them for personal research at night.... AOL was way too loud to try that **** when the parents were home

  • JettiWhitewolf ЩΉIƬΣ ЩӨᄂF (@JettiWhitewolf) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @GibsonGothMan @unknown_meuknow @Wewillrocku66 @metalheadjs @mtlkeith @mcarr2k @nearly_departed @Figster017 @Shawnkin3 @1carolinagirl @Jo_Lloyd8 @slayerific13 @MTerkovich @nowayjeff @BerserkerBill @Doomsday3m @The_Brastard @tmudder4 @fcknheadbanger @polyunica1 @TheComicHunter @PamMcElravy @Dragonboy75 OMG in the full show he's talking about AOL damn I feel old now lol

  • StephanieDyas Stephanie Dyas (@StephanieDyas) reported from Los Angeles, California

    Imagine if this pandemic had happened in the early 90s when some people maybe had AOL for internet with slow dial up. Now we have FaceTime, Skype, Zoom, Netflix Party and Card Against Humanity virtual games to connect with friends. Could be worse.

  • TechArtMaker @techartmaker (@TechArtMaker) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @NnnnnDeee @Activoid @pramsey342 @AOC I’m glad you support America Online. Personally, I think it’s a dead platform, but Canada seems perpetually stuck in the past anyway. Now, read the room and go back to whatever it is you Canadians do. Surfing moose-riding chat rooms on AOL I suppose... #Muted for stupidity.

  • MarisaMendez Marisa Mendez 🧜🏼‍♀️ (@MarisaMendez) reported from Los Angeles, California

    All these Lives feels like 8th/9th grade when everyone rushed to be online in the AOL group chats and shit lmao

  • DesireeAndrea 🦋desi baybee 💎 (@DesireeAndrea) reported from Los Angeles, California

    I’m about to invest in AOL stock, old ppl refuse to let that shit go

AOL Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • DratsSmithsoni1 Drats Smithsonian (@DratsSmithsoni1) reported

    @ImSpooky2 @RichLux713 What crime has Jeffree committed? I still haven’t seen one bad thing he did decide to call that white woman who called him a fa**ot the N-word... in 2006... when I had the n-word on my *AOL public profile* in song lyrics. And yes my avatar looks like me.

  • StevenD89037207 Steven Doyle (writes as Manuel Royal) (@StevenD89037207) reported

    @AlexWoodroe (What's more idiotic is to ever work for AOL. I'll never sign a contract with them again.)

  • JohnThomasJR20 John Thomas JR (@JohnThomasJR20) reported

    @AOLSupportHelp You are pissing me off You will not accept my password Fix Fix Now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • SportsNutt50 Jack of All, Master of None (@SportsNutt50) reported

    @peacefuldiana79 Damn, those were the DAYS! That AOL dial-up. Getting disconnected when someone picked up the phone to use it. Before cell phones really existed. Bring. Me. Back.

  • ianbobmorris ian morris (@ianbobmorris) reported

    @agraybee i have been aware of magic internet money for a very long time and i have not seen any use case that other stuff couldn't do better, AOL could have been better but it provided a service that people liked and some people have nostalgia for

  • jxgjxg1 John Galt (@jxgjxg1) reported

    @BrainOrigami @paulkrugman It looks stupid with 20/20 hindsight, but in 1998 ~half of all homes w/internet access were using AOL to get it and we were 9 years away from the first iPhone.

  • ianbobmorris ian morris (@ianbobmorris) reported

    @PadConnelly @amaral @nberlat AOL sold people a service for a while even if it could have been better magic internet money doesn't even do that

  • enicholewalker Erica Nichole Walker (@enicholewalker) reported

    **** this computer. I'm taking my dumbs to sleep. It's past my bedtime my *****. This is how I used to be on AOL chat with my ex-boyfriend. My dumbass ain't wanna sound stupid on our silent *** fax machine phone calls when I was Never Years Old. Lol.

  • fddlstx joaquim 'off-label use' ACAB (@fddlstx) reported

    @jdcmedlock guess what sherlock, i did own many pieces of AOL. they mailed them to my house in paper envelopes. all sorts of colors, tho i never asked

  • ianbobmorris ian morris (@ianbobmorris) reported

    @CentristMadness @eliots_tweets @RoKhanna being into magic internet money is not a good sign, aol provided a service, magic internet money doesn't do anything interesting