You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Daily Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past 24 hours -- all...
It was 2009 and things weren't looking good for Myspace. According to comScore, Facebook logged 307.1 million visitors globally that April, while Myspace failed to reach even half of that with 123.3 million users. One month later, Facebook inched out...
Myspace got into hot water last year for deleting years of users’ blog posts before its re-launch. Were users right to get upset in response? Did Myspace have to hand over old posts to users whose accounts had been deleted? The short answer is that, legally, it didn’t have to do a thing. read more
I taught myself HTML and some CSS when I was 13 so I could make kick ass Myspace layouts. [ more › ]
ScHoolboy Q jumped in the hot seat at CRWN, Myspace and Elliott Wilson's rapper interview series, for an in-depth interview on "Oxymoron," the artist's just-released studio LP. "My name, ScHoolboy, comes from me having good grades, but it also comes from a dude who was in my neighborhood named Schoolboy, who was a pimp," Q explained. Show More Summary
We can customize our page with various backgrounds, pictures, and even songs. On multiple dimensions, we’re able to share ourselves with our peers.
Not that long ago, MySpace was the de-facto place for musicians and DJs to build a fan base. Over the last few years, the focus turned to Facebook, with an increasing emphasis on building followers and growing your page Likes. With the long term health of the platform and the value of Likes being called into question, we can’t help but ask: what’s next?
4. Being removed from a so-called friend's Top 8 on Myspace.
It’s a strange thing to see the return of a defunct online property. Sites like Myspace, and now Bebo crop up like the ghosts of social media past. But Bebo’s return isn’t just on some early 2000’s nostalgia list — it’s got apps andShow More Summary
Tom Anderson, co-founder of early social networking site MySpace, has led a lavish life since leaving the company in 2009. Anderson co-founded MySpace in 2003. Because he became everyone's first automatic default friend, his picture became iconic around the Web. Show More Summary
Uh-oh. It looks like T-Mobile CEO John Legere is tired of playing nice with BlackBerry and has issued a not-so-subtle dig at the smartphone pioneer on his Twitter feed. In a message posted on Wednesday, Legere said that he “was going...Show More Summary
Princeton researchers say the end for the social network is nigh.
Image Source: Marcin Wichary/Flickr Ten years ago, people were freaking out over Janet Jackson’s controversial performance during Super Bowl Super Bowl XXXVIII. All the cool kids were on some social networking site called MySpace. Meanwhile...Show More Summary
Predictive modeling shows that Facebook wasn't the key reason for Myspace's downfall.
By Alexander Thorburn-Winsor: In 2008, at its peak, MySpace was getting 76 million visitors a month. One year later it brought in over 470 million dollars in advertising revenue. Nowadays, MySpace receives only about 36 million monthly visitors and 34 million dollars in revenue. Show More Summary
The Facebook ‘Look Back’ video platform has allowed users to share their most memorable moments with their friends and the general public.
Facebook's look-back videos are a delightful—if sentimental—look at the last few years of your social media existence. But that's because you've had a great decade! What about the less fortunate? What would, say, MySpace's look back video be? Oh, right, it would be hilarious. Read more...
Myspace's Facebook Look Back Movie 1:04 Myspace looks back at 10 years of Facebook. Submitted by: Caleb Swyers Regular Keywords: facebook myspace tom look back internet anderson Views: 398
My Facebook Movie is so bad it was released straight to MySpace.