It was 2008, and you were probably on Myspace. Millions of us were captivated by this platform before the iPhone was even a concept. Then there was Facebook, which was cool for a while until us twentysomethings turned to Tumblr. Now, we’re teetering between Twitter and Instagram at any given point during the day. When... More
A group of delegates under the age of 30 have formed an informal youth caucus in an attempt to help the GOP better connect with youth voters, who...
Hi friends! Hope you’re having an amazing week. We’re off on some adventures with Kyle and Meg, so today I have a little blog survey. These surveys remind me of the Myspace days haha. It’s always fun to read these on other blogs, and I’d love if you answered some of these questions in the […]
Jeffree Star was getting MySpace famous before Facebook was even a twinkle in Mark Zuckerberg’s eye, and he hasn’t slowed down since then. But while the musician/makeup purveyor/provocateur is no stranger to milling up controversy, this time he’s being dragged through the mud by another personality. Celebrity tattoo artist Kat Von D, best known as one [...]
Chanel Petro-Nixon Find-A-Grave: Chanel Petro-Nixon Person of interest charged in the murder of Chanel Petro-Nixon Mom & dad of Chanel beg for info In murder investigation, police search MySpace.com It’s Open Season On Young Gals Hoping sneakers track killer Trying to Solve Unsolved Murders Death of Chanel Petro-Nixon Cops are closing in on killer in […]
The beloved Chicago rap duo that became one of the most talked-about acts of the MySpace era has reunited. Continue reading…
Community members claim Tessa88 is ripping them off.
LOS ANGELES—SGN injected a dose of Hollywood into its operations this week with the acquisition of TinyCo. The Culver City, Calif., mobile gaming company led by MySpace co-founder and former CEO Chris DeWolfe has bought the San Francisco...Show More Summary
Email marketing is more important than ever. After all, social networks fall in and out of favor, (remember MySpace?) and Facebook is constantly changing its algorithm. ______________________________________ In response to the increasing importance of email marketing to musicians, music web site and marketing platform Bandzoogle has added an affordable premium...
I’ve inadvertently posted about Clifford W. Wares of Warwick, New York, before. The first was in 2009 when he was arrested for allegedly sending obscene material to an underage girl on MySpace. The second time was in 2013 when he was...Show More Summary
“Brutalism rejected what its founders considered the homogenization of mainstream publishing, calling for ‘raw,’ ‘honest’ fiction and declaring that ‘[The] only maxim we adhere to is an old punk belief, which we have bastardized for our own means: Here’s a laptop. Here’s a spell-check. Now write a novel.'”
Myspace, the once-popular social media website, is back in the news thanks to a hacker who stole 427 million passwords that are linked linked to about 360 million users. The hack has been public for a while, but now anyone can download the passwords and peruse them – for God-only-knows what purpose. Show More Summary
An anonymous hacker managed to obtain an enormous number of user credentials in June 2013 from fallen social networking giant MySpace — some 427 million passwords, belonging to approx. 360 million users. In May 2016, a person started selling that database of passwords on the dark web. Show More Summary
The largest database of stolen passwords ever is now online for everyone to see.
When 94-year-old magazine company Time Inc. acquired ad tech firm Viant, all anybody could talk about was that MySpace — which Viant bought back in 2011 — was back in the headlines. Speaking to Business Insider at the Cannes Lions advertising festival last week, Time Inc. Show More Summary
In this piece, Cortney Harding looks at the struggles faced by music-based social networks like Crowdmix and Myspace, and why problems with scalability so often doom these networks to failure. By Cortney Harding A few months ago, when “The Music Startup Meltdown” first ran, I singled out Crowdmix and its...
Myspace cofounder Aber Whitcomb is selling his modern home in Venice, California, the Los Angeles Times reported. He's asking $3.3 million for the home, which is a mix of contemporary and classic styles. Amenities include a rooftop deck...Show More Summary
If you created a Myspace account prior to 2013 -- admit it, you did -- then it may have been hacked. Here's what the company is doing about a recent security breakdown.
Aber Whitcomb, a co-founder of the social network Myspace, is looking to connect with a buyer in Venice. He’s put his house in the Marina Peninsula area up for sale at $3.3 million. The multi-story home, originally built in 1928 and since renovated and expanded, offers an eclectic mix of classic...
Who is Tessa88, the other hacker who’s spreading and selling hacked passwords stolen from your social networks?