Needless to say, my sex life was quite healthy and vigorous back then Ever since about 2005, the AOL chat rooms pretty much died out, and other services like Yahoo Chat never got popular. That takes some skill, but Twitter used to show you all of the tweets from your location. Anyway, it is more about establishing a presence online and then having people hit you up, as opposed to directly coming at women.I think in 2014, the only chat service still around is Facebook but I never hear much about it. A simple search for wherever you're at accomplishes the same. If you post interesting things, these services will recommend you to people whose interests are the same, and you automatically get followers you should have a good chance at.With such a large and captive market its no wonder their chat rooms were the most popular.But in addition to having the market cornered their rooms were actually very good!Face book twitter and all the bull**** sites we have don't come close to cat rooms. Shiiit I met some hot girls like on a daily I was in college when chatrooms were hot. I think they died out because older dudes were hooking up with high school girls and it was just a huge liability.I think Chat rooms would be something that could make a great comeback.....What confuses me is why chat rooms in general have disappeared?
Some forums can only be seen by registered members. I AM NERVOUS GOING TO ANY THOUGH BECAUSE MY SCREEN NAME IS SHOWN!!!!!!
Just curious why those popular AOL chat rooms disappeared?
I can remember spending HOURS in those chat rooms in the late 90's.
The article discusses the evolution of AOL's chat services, including the glory days of the late 90s when the company had about 17 million subscribers and chat rooms were thriving.
Eventually the use of chat rooms declined with the rise of popular social networks, until AOL announced their demise in 2010.