Thursday, October 28, 2010

MySpace becomes Myspace ::: Might as well be No Space!

Have you heard *ho-hum* about MySpace re-inventing itself? That's like SONY announcing they've just re-invented the Betamax! What is the point of Myspace? Clearly, social networking has taken a backburner, as the homepage is littered with bands and movie clips. And it's not like the social aspects were ever any good. MySpace needs to accept their defeat and become a pure music/video provider! That's the ticket!

I haven't been on MySpace in months. I don't know, they may have suspended my account for inactivity...

I used to go on MySpace everyday as well as Facebook. But every since more people have gotten a Facebook, and there is nothing really to do on Myspace since no one really goes on that website anymore. I just really have no use for it anymore. After a while, it got boring. Although, I enjoy Facebook a whole lot more. I could spend hours on there everyday if I wanted to. I communicate with more people on there, such as old friends, family members who live very far away, and it’s great to have especially over the summer and you don’t get to see all of your friends, or the ones who have graduated already. ~ jackie

Last word ::: The new Myspace does away with its "place for friends" pedigree and instead aims to become a leading entertainment destination. ~ Pete Cashmore
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