Cast your mind back to the Internet of the mid to late '90s and I betting this will be familiar.
The sound of dial-up and the little yellow running man were a staple of up to 50% of American households with Internet. Of course, that was well before the broadband boom of the 2000s when DSL and eventually cable Internet killed dial-up and AOL.
Except, dial-up and AOL still aren't gone. It turns out that they're both alive and well. How alive and well?