MySpace has fallen way down the pecking order with the might of Facebook, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a nugget or two of gold hidden there.
The social network that was bamboozled by Facebook has come back with a vengeance. Tonight, in order to promote their redesign, Myspace will relaunch itself, by airing its first commercial. The network has always had a strong music influence and it looks like they are going to use this aspect to sell themselves to their […]
Everything in life goes through a teething stage and the internet has been no exception. Things were rather awkward way back when. Please enjoy this stunning collection of past home pages from our favourite websites. Google (1999): MySpace (2004): Ebay (1999): Ask Jeeves (1998): 2oceansvibe (2003): Thanks to Wayback Machine, you too can see what […]
It’s back! After its initial launch almost a decade ago, the grandaddy of social networks, MySpace, is set to make a comeback with a completely redesigned site and new interface which they’ve previewed in a brand new teaser video. The new site looks great and, as one would expect, is promising to be the next big thing, yet I foresee one slight problem: does anyone care?
Artist Vincenzo Cosenza has redrawn the world map based on each nation’s preferred social networking site – ranging from the reasonably well-known Facebook and Orkut to the bizarrely unfamiliar (here) Draugiem – unless you’ve got some friends in Lativa you’ve not told us about.
In the wake of the news that Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp has declared that “Myspace is a problem” and has given the beleaguered social networking site months to sort itself out, we take a look at the reasons why the original posterchild of Web 2.0 is dying.