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"Does Captain America Even Know What MySpace Is?" and More Comic Plots Best Forgotten

CSBG has an archive of comic plots probably best forgotten, including "Does Captain America even know what MySpace is?" rhetorical attack from "Civil War: Frontline."

Remember to Forget – Captain America Doesn’t Even Know What MySpace Is!

In their latest look at comic book plots best forgotten, CSBG examines the infamous "Captain America doesn't even know what MySpace is" plot from Civil War: Frontline!

Memo To Facebook Trending Team About Which Stories To Suppress

last weekHumor : Funny or Die

Memo To Facebook Trending Team About... You won't believe what's been cut out of our news feeds! Submitted by: Natasha Vaynblat Regular Keywords: facebook conservative carly fiorina republican myspace lip sync battle ll cool j Chrissy...Show More Summary

Social Media For The Socially Anxious

I was late to the party on social media. I missed MySpace altogether. I was aware of it, but I didn't understand the point at all. I still don't get Instagram, Tumblr, or StumbledUpon. I think food pictures go in one of them. I can handle Twitter and Facebook and I have an uneasy relationship with Pinterest. Show More Summary

A-Trak Made Another Bloghouse Mix Full Of Early-2000s Electro Bangers

The Fools Gold Records Founder Delivers Another Love Letter To The Days Of MySpace And Neon Leggings.

Why Twitter Makes Us Feel Like Crap

2 weeks agoNews : The Daily Beast

Twitter desperately needs an overhaul, lest it become the next MySpace and Friendster. It could start by becoming friendlier to artists, musicians, and writers.

James Gunn and Jenna Fischer Are the Cutest Divorced Couple Ever

3 weeks agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

I want to take you back to a magical time called the early 2000s and a little site called MySpace. MySpace was a mess of graphic nonsense where we were given far too much authority over our own design options...

Spotify Is Becoming MySpace, While Apple Music Becomes Facebook

Although Apple's quarterly revenue streak was recently broken, a bump in Apple Music subscribers offered one bright spot in an otherwise grim report, suggesting Apple may finally be creating some perceived value in its music, even as Spotify loses ground. _____________________________ Guest Post by George Howard on Forbes As reported...

How Drake Went From Myspace Unknown to 6 God

No one is proud of their days spent on Myspace. It was a time when social media was in its infancy and people were trying to figure out if they were supposed to be using the service to both release and discover music, or if it was simply an extension of AIM for hook-up purposes. As […]

Brand Your Music With An Innovative Domain Name

Ever since the days of Myspace, artists and musicians have known that leveraging their presence in the digital space can lead to greater success. Using social media and the internet to strategically build your brand helps fans find you. Show More Summary

Todd Pasternack Returns to Upstate New York & Offers Eclectic New Trio ‘Bump’ (INTERVIEW)

In the time that passed since Todd Pasternack last recorded a new album, Facebook replaced MySpace as the number one community site, David Bowie was finishing up his last world tour, and a Bush was in the oval office. In other words…...Show More Summary

Spotify Is Becoming MySpace, While Apple Music Becomes Facebook

George Howard has grown surprisingly fond of Apple Music (even after their less than optimal launch). In the aftermath of Apple's first revenue decline in 13 years, in which Apple Music was a lone bright spot, Mr. Howard suggests that Apple Music may be learning from Facebook, while Spotify emulates MySpace's doomed path.

Facebook Isn’t the Social Network Anymore

Even before it was the title of a movie, the phrase “the social network” was synonymous with Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg’s startup snatched the title from MySpace in 2008, and its pre-eminence among social networks has gone unquestioned ever since. Now there are signs that it may have peaked. Show More Summary

Phillyist Playlist: Evan Dando and Juliana Hatfield at World Cafe Live

What better cure for the Monday blues than a little alt-rock fantasy soap opera of sorts at the World Cafe Live? Tonight we have Evan Dando [MySpace] and Juliana Hatfield [MySpace], two former poster children of the grunge movement with a lot of history together. Show More Summary

From MySpace To Snapchat, Social Media Wrecks Relationships

We’ve all been there. No, we’re not very psycho, or needy, or insecure. The problem is the constant prevalence of accessible, real-world competition that makes us feel like shit.

Facebook has a weird, hidden list of people it thinks you should poke (FB)

Facebook has grown into such a massive, ubiquitous utility that you might forget that it was once a niche MySpace clone for elite college students to awkwardly flirt with one another. But that cringey proto-site at Facebook's core is still hanging around. Show More Summary

Ted Cruz ‘Cleverly’ Announces Donald Trump Has Accepted His Invitation to Debate

2 months agoNews : Mediaite

Republican presidential contender and Texas Senator Ted Cruz has long been known for showcasing the pop-culture acumen of a MySpace video with a ten-year lag, and on Friday, put that skill to good use. Current frontrunner Donald Trump has previously indicated that he sees no need for further presidential debates with rivals Cruz and Gov. Show More Summary

Web Design Trends 2016

2 months agoArts / Graphic Design : Noupe

Web design is an ever evolving and changing process. What is in vogue today might fall out of favor tomorrow. We once used to have brightly colored pages filled with multiple banners and what not — remember, once upon a time, MySpace...Show More Summary

How old is your brewery? Was it on MySpace?

Earlier this week Tom Acitelli wrote about when breweries started tweeting for All About Beer. I’m certain that there is as book focused entirely on beer, breweries, brewers, and related hangers on as good as “Food and Social Media: You Are What You Tweet.” I hope somebody goes for it. Thinking about it sent me […]

FEWS – “100 Goosebumps” (Stereogum Premiere)

2 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

The core members of London band FEWS first met on MySpace as teenagers when one was based in California and the other in Sweden. Since then they’ve met in real life, geeked out over Interpol, explored Berlin’s club scene, and started kicking out frantic yet hypnotic post-punk. We heard their excellent single “The Zoo” last […]

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