I can remember spending HOURS in those chat rooms in the late 90's.
Truth be told, I was a mid-20's single male around that time and it was a great way to meet women. AOL had search filters where you could type in a ZIP code and it would show all the females currently online near you.
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Just curious why those popular AOL chat rooms disappeared?
I assumed most people quit AOL long before they went free. I had no idea that they kept running chats after that.
When I went to check, years ago, the places I hung out in were gone.
As a response to UIN theft or sale of attractive UINs, ICQ started to store email addresses previously associated with a UIN.