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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.I think they were a cool way for singles to meet, and I have serious doubts that popular dating sites like and Plenty of Fish can replicate the excitement of entering a chat room and starting random conversations.
I think most people did abandon AOL before they went free in 2005 --- I was in the chat rooms a lot and it seems by mid-2003 a lot of people were leaving the "walled garden" of AOL for general internet sites like Yahoo and Google and My Space (remember that? What confuses me is why chat rooms in general have disappeared? IRC is used usually by people who are really into computers.I think ICQ is heavily used by Russians and other people outside the US.AOL changed its brand from an ISP to an internet portal.I guess you can still use AIM if you like, but I don't know if it has chatrooms unless you create your own with other users.