No, you’re not crazy. Part of the internet *is* broken

No, you're not crazy. Part of the internet *is* broken

One of Amazon Web Services' most popular features was on the fritz Tuesday. The cloud-computing business' S3 service, which provides on-demand storage for companies large and small, began experiencing service disruptions at its northern Virginia site around 11:45 a.m. PT. The issue was resolved by 2:08 p.m. PT, with Amazon saying its S3 service was "operating normally."

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