AOL Outage in San Jose, Santa Clara County, California
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AOL problems in the last 24 hours in San Jose, California
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AOL Outage Map Near San Jose, Santa Clara County, California
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AOL Issues Reports Near San Jose, CaliforniaLatest outage, problems and issue reports in San Jose and nearby locations:
from Mountain View, California
@ccwu I remember being a Quantum Link subscriber on my Commodore 64 and 300 baud modem and that service disappearing fairly quickly. I only learned later from Kara Swisher's book on AOL that Quantum Link was the precursor to AOL.
from Fremont, California
t-mobile and att have ****** *** service in fremont 😠 aol probably has faster data speeds.
from San Jose, California
@gweenmgwen Oh my God.....remember those days? Signing in to Aol....and waiting for a whole damn night, for a song to download!
from Sunnyvale, California
@harrymccracken Alas, my AOL CD just got scratched and I'm off line until they answer my support escalation call requesting a replacement.
from Fremont, California
@hankgreen Older than you but too poor to have a computer until AOL dialup because early childhood ed professionals get paid crap
from Cupertino, California
@octothorpe PCPursuit wasn’t shenanigans. Totally legit service that let you use TeleNet (dial up backbone used by aol and compuserve) to make outbound calls in other regions. Was like $30/month. Now you could get to places to learn about shenanigans using it…
from Milpitas, California
@maximlott @PCivilization @PrisonPlanet The barriers to creating a web site are far lower than creating a power company. We’ve had competing social network companies for years, from AOL to MySpace to G+. Creating another WalMart would be harder, but we don’t demand they give away products for free.
AOL Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
@mrjamesob @Independent has the worst Web page ever. Even people using AOL in 1998 would be appalled. I like to read articles before commenting on them but with that site I just can't. They could have a fully-working home cure for cancer on there and I'd just stick with the cancer tbh.
@GordonJohnson19 suggesting $TSLA is like $AOL is a cute punchline, but ridiculous. AOL chose to remain with dialup tech, letting competitors overtake. #tesla never settles for their technology advantages.
@korrasrevengers I mean, anyone can write ideas anywhere. If it is a convenient place to jot them down, why not? Everybody has phones. Some people like certain tools. Some people still cling to their @ AOL email addresses. It is a weird world out here. Some people record albums in Garage Band!
I have trust issues with people who still use aol,yahoo, etc instead of just gmail/@-domain-name
@gonefullcrypto Sure, right after ethereum flips btc. Predictions like this are pointless, imo. If you asked someone in 1998 if AOL would still be king in 2008, most people would have said yes. What if a third network shows up and beats out both? Hedging is better than predicting.
You know there was a time when being on a computer talking to a person you’ve never met physically was considered some weirdo ****? I know because I was called a weirdo during the AOL days. Now look at us. Socialization is a muthafucka ain’t it?
@meeware I sadly agree on your last point about recovering. I've been 'social' online since the beginning. '93 on usenet. Music forums. Even Compuserve rooms. Early Yahoo chat. ICQ! etc. CuSeeMe. NEVER AOL. :) It was a few years ago when I first thought "Oh no! What have we done!"
when I was a child i told my mom **** school and ever since then I been retarded with it thinkin bout nothin got the aol dial up sound in my head 24/7 i put that on everything walking with a limp cuz my wallet so fat they pay me not to come to they house and scream at they moms
@OrkiesSteve Brian Last claims Vince is going to sell but this is based on the layoffs and getting great deals with NBC-Universal, FOX, and USA. So the rumors might be cope over the deals he's been making to put WWE in a bad light (i.e., they're doing a WCW AOL and Time Warner merger thing)
Dug up my ancient mabinogi account from back when I was still into Touhou and lurked forums and there were people discussing it in those forums and the game was region locked to US only and I had to do some weird as **** AOL doohickey to login but I gave up Its been... 12 years.