CHART OF THE DAY: The Rise Of Netflix And The Fall Of AOLJay YarowMay 10, 2013, 02:52 IST Here's a chart from Dan Frommer that he calls "the entire Internet in one chart." It shows AOL's declining dial-up business compared to Netflix's rising streaming business, which Frommer uses a proxy for the broadband market. Frommer has more analysis which is well worth checking out, but one great point: Netflix now has more users than AOL ever had. Dan Frommer / SplatF Add Comment()Comments ()Characters Remaining: 3000SIGN IN WITHFacebookGoogleEmailOR PROCEED WITHOUT REGISTRATIONXSort By:NewestOldestDiscussedUp VotedDown VotedBe the first one to comment.We have sent you a verification email. This comment will be published once verification is done.Next StoryINFOGRAPHIC: How Location Data Is Being Collected And Transforming The Mobile IndustryRelated StoriesFormer Oath and AOL CEO Tim Armstrong is getting a $60 million payoutElection 2019: BJP Candidate list for ChhattisgarhHelen Mirren channels Hollywood's complicated relationship with Netflix by declaring, 'I love Netflix, but f--- Netflix'Latest StoriesOYO is making a march to the top US cities with $300 million and blessings from Softbank and AirbnbI took a ferry up the coast of Greenland for under $400, and despite being brutally cold, it was a fantastic way to see some of the most dramatic scenery on earthIran shot down a US drone and said it's 'ready for war' - but whether it had any right to rests on a murky technical distinctionSlack's unusual offering likely won't have a first-day pop. Here's why most IPOs still factor in a pop, even though they can cost startups billionsThe UK porn block is being delayed. Again.