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Chris DeWolfe did OK as a founder of MySpace. But it didn’t turn out to be Facebook. But he can’t complain. DeWolfe is now CEO of Jam City, a Los Angeles company that has become one of the most powerful mobile game companies in the world. Today, the company is launching Family Guy: Another Freakin’ […]
The alarm bells are ringing in the web world (see the Techmeme discussion) – one of the gorillas in the space is flexing its muscle and protecting its turf as MySpace is preventing Photobucket photos and videos from appearing on its...Show More Summary
Here Bas Grasmayer explains why he believes online music may be on the verge of another Myspace style implosion, and why this could open up new opportunities for those operating and innovating in digital music. ______________________________ Guest post by Bas Grasmayer of Music Tech Future An emerging void signals new...
Along with its duties of maintaining copies of important news, literature, scientific information, and old MySpace pages, the Internet Archive also loves to create emulations for you to fiddle with inside your browser. Today, the lovable non-profit organization has made it easy for you to relive the glory years of the… Read more...
remix retro replicas inspired by LiveJournal, MovableType, MySpace, and more
The following is a guest contributed post from Josh Lefkowitz, CEO of Flashpoint Everyone remembers the social media boom of the mid-2000s. While social networks such as MySpace and Friendster already existed and had fledgling ad revenue...Show More Summary
Looking back on Creed’s “Higher” video is like falling through a wormhole into a confused era. The year was 1999. We were at the precipice of a new millennium. Myspace and Napster had just entered our cultural orbit, no one knew how to dress, and nü metal was still trying ... More »
Ah, 2005. A year of chunky blonde highlights, the iPhone Nano, and maybe -- maybe -- peeking over at Facebook instead of MySpace. And who could forget Season 4 of "American Idol"? Read more| Comments
Will you agree if I say what dial-up and MySpace were ten years ago, WiFi and Facebook are today; a few years from now, both will seem just as outdated. Yes? So what’s prevailing current tech dynamics? IoT(Internet of things), Data science? Artificial intelligence? Answer is probably all of them. Show More Summary
How does popularity affect how we judge music?We tend to say we like what other people like. No-one wants to stand out and risk ridicule by saying they don't enjoy universally loved bands, like The Beatles... unless they're trying to...Show More Summary
SPONSORED: Presented by Dashlane Yahoo, MySpace, Tumblr, and LinkedIn made headlines in the last 12 months for their enormous data breaches. Hackers released the data for 1.5 billion Yahoo accounts, 167 million LinkedIn users, 360 million user records on Myspace, and over 65 million Tumblr accounts. Even more striking is the number of weak passwords revealed […]
2006's defining artist makes a triumphant comeback on Number 1 Angel.
Back in the day, Bebo, MySpace and then Facebook were fun tools to find events, share photos and chat with friends, but communicating with brands required picking up the phone, sending emails or visiting the company website to get the information you needed. Nowadays, it couldn't be more different. 95 percent of millennials expect to...
Startups littering the social-media field, from Friendster and Myspace to Secret and Bebo, helped make shares in Snap Inc. seem so alluring.
MySpace was the first huge social network
Chris DeWolfe, the co-founder of MySpace, the first big social network, offers advice for Evan Spiegel, the CEO of Snap, which is set to go public.
Find out how former MySpace star “ForBiddeN” passed away at a young age – TMZ Here is everything we know about the upcoming Dancing With the Stars season – Wetpaint See the first photos from The Originals season four premiere – Just Jared Jr The person who leaked the Billy Bush tape was reportedly working [...]
Christine Dolce -- better known as ForBiddeN on MySpace during its super early days, who amassed over 2.1 million friends -- died from liver failure... TMZ has learned. Christine was arguably MySpace's biggest star in its heyday --…
In this excerpt from his #TalkingTech Live broadcast, Chris DeWolfe, the co-founder of MySpace, explains why he turned to social gaming for his second act.