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AOL Outage in Issaquah, King County, Washington

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 Issaquah, Washington

AOL Outage Chart in Issaquah, King County, Washington 04/19/2021 14:35

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Most Reported Problems:

  • E-mail 95.45% E-mail
  • Internet 3.41% Internet
  • Total Blackout .76% Total Blackout
  • Wi-fi .38% Wi-fi

AOL Outage Map Near Issaquah, King County, Washington

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Seattle, Renton, Redmond and Bellevue.

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AOL Issues Reports Near Issaquah, Washington

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Issaquah and nearby locations:
  • Gerald95051 Gerald O'Patrick (@Gerald95051) reported from Redmond, Washington

    @mmasnick @DevinCow Really ancient history. We gave away free Prodigy trial offer kits at Global Village Communication 30 years ago and the most common customer reaction was “why would anyone want this?” Or “I have a Mac. I use AOL.” Now I feel old. Get off my lawn, kid.

  • hoyty Hoyty (@hoyty) reported from Sammamish, Washington

    @cmwdotme @supersat Never seen a BlackBerry RIM950 with AOL branding. Was that used by people who worked for AOL or something?

  • drbrain Eric Hodel (@drbrain) reported from Seattle, Washington

    @srbaker Given the examples of XMPP and the AOL messenger protocol before it we all knew this was never going to work anyhow

  • film_girl Christina Warren (@film_girl) reported from Seattle, Washington

    Anyway, we both used that AOL account until BellSouth started up its ISP service in the fall of 1996. The password wasn’t changed and the account was active until sometime in 1998 when the county finally did an audit and canceled it.

  • AdamEtchey Adam Etchey (@AdamEtchey) reported from Sammamish, Washington

    I once pretended to be a female with an AOL account around the time I wrote: "I want to meet the Aliens." "You never can tell about people can you?" ;; I want to meet my family, is my final conclusion. ;;

  • crtr0 Carter thinks #BlackLivesMatter (@crtr0) reported from Seattle, Washington

    @kirillzubovsky I never had an AOL email, I assume I'm on the BCC. This email should be triggering a dozen different hueristics.

  • Romestantc Charles M. Romestant (@Romestantc) reported from Seattle, Washington

    @VictorJServin @benedictevans For this second one apple does bring a solution with Apple TV. All in one place. Plus now the new smart tv app will help. Content it just parallels what we have with services. You had AOL, now you have fb Twitter insta etc...

  • NaFun Name cannot be blank (@NaFun) reported from Seattle, Washington

    @Slate Because he's targeting people that only recently dropped the mass email fwds from their aol accounts and they're used to bad graphics.

AOL Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • LDrogen Very Fungible Drogen (@LDrogen) reported

    One of my worst takes of the last decade was that Facebook would end up being (and dying like) AOL as it tried to clone everything and keep people in the garden What I got wrong was I thought users would grow up (and out) of that garden I missed the network lock-in

  • ferretpilates Pascal (@ferretpilates) reported

    @gucksuck People put those warnings there for a reason lmao I was catfishing p**ophiles on aol 7.0 as a 12 yo I know how this **** happens and this ain’t it

  • UPS997 Jon (@UPS997) reported

    @RealWillyBot What a scam man. Ugh... this whole crypto is the worst of humanity. Internet was good back in the AOL days.

  • GinMadhatter Madhatter Gin (@GinMadhatter) reported

    This is why I have caught candy crush with the mic on, even though I never gave it permissiins. That's why my calls have been intercepted- and no amount of times changed did my verizon pin get fixed. Or why network was lost. But, figure how many devices have yahoo or aol etc.

  • joannaoliver1 Joanna (@joannaoliver1) reported

    @aolmail currently trying to reactivate my Fathers email that you've deactivated with no reason or explanation. Support team have responded & want to speak to him - I have sent his phone number - now what? Please, please help. His email is vital and contains precious memories.

  • Matt_ZA Matt ZA 🇬🇧🇿🇦 (@Matt_ZA) reported

    @PeterSchiff @CNBC Let's take that as a valid metaphor - Bitcoin is more like the Internet, which continued to grow, oblivious to AOL or TW. The Internet didn't give a **** about AOL; Bitcoin doesn't give a **** about Coinbase. You are not getting it, Peter... ngmi

  • eliasgut Elías J. Elías G. (@eliasgut) reported

    @SantiagoAuFund It’s 2000 all over again... Blockchain, EV will thrive but the prices are just completely nuts... it will happen like Amazon stock for some from $6 to $136 and then back to $6 again and for others like AOL the bubble will just explode and never recover...

  • jimi2morrow jimi2morrowland (@jimi2morrow) reported

    TIL wtf splittercore is. I may just be an old man but I don't find it impressive to just add beats to my old AOL dial up connection being established.

  • 11goldenrod11 A B (@11goldenrod11) reported

    @muh_thoughts @CawthornforNC And don’t you remember DS AOL crying about the poor children at the fence with a parking lot on the other side. Why doesn’t take about 100 of those kids now. It’s there mess.

  • Skantastico Dream (@Skantastico) reported

    @cryptonym @UWmixradio @souljaboy All metaphors fail in some way. Here's another one: Bitcoin is tcp/ip, not AOL. We are used to things especially in tech slowly being made obsolete by newer, better stuff. You don't want that with money for a lot of reasons.