Google and its services, such as YouTube and Gmail, all crashed on Monday morning and the internet couldn’t handle it, flooding Twitter with memes and jokes.The widespread outage, which has since stopped, saw not just Gmail and YouTube that went down but other Google services such as Home, Cloud, Calendar, and the Google Play Store. The problem with Google seemed to occur early on Monday morning, mostly affecting the east coast of the U.S. and Europe. Newsweek subscription offers >In the immediate aftermath, Google users reacted to the multi-service crash by posting memes and jokes to Twitter.One Twitter user said: “When you Google ‘why Google is not working,'” and added the smart guy meme.Twitter user Aman reflected upon how this year is going and decided that Google crashing is a fairly apt end and said: “In the final episode of 2020, Google presenting you a week full of #googledown.”Twitter user @jo_bazz shared a screenshot from a BBC news article that ironically said: “Google has been contacted for comment, but one spokesperson said they were unable to access their email.”Another Twitter user joked, “This is what I feel without Google and YouTube,” with an image of cavemen trying to light a… Read full this story
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