MySpace

Facebook Eats MySpace’s Cafeteria Lunch

by: Roger Dooley

My fellow FutureLab blogger, danah boyd, wrote an interesting and controversial essay about the social network migration of high school students: Viewing American class divisions through Facebook and MySpace.

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Call Them Web Page Bling

by: Lynette Webb 

I love this quote… not only does it so perfectly capture what they do, it also has the lovely juxtaposition of the term “widget” (which makes me think of very unsexy sprockets & spanners) and “bling”! It’s from a May 2007 Business Week article. www.businessweek.com/technology/content/may2007/tc2007052...

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viewing American class divisions through Facebook and MySpace

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Facebook, MySpace, and Social Burnout

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Green Marketing Leverages Social Networking on MySpace

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once used birthday invites as leverage - now its myspace top 8

by: Lynette Webb 

The full quote, which I’ve paraphrased a bit above just to make it fit, is:
"As a kid, you used your birthday party guest list as leverage on the playground. 'If you let me play I'll invite you to my birthday party.' Then, as you grew up and got your own phone, it was all about someone being on your speed dial.

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The Stickiness Aptitude Test (SAT) and Ten Questions with Chip and Dan Heath

by: Guy Kawasaki

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Debunking the MySpace 'Revolution' and its Effect on the Charts

by: David Jennings

The current issue of Word has a good sceptical article by Peter Robinson on the promotion of new music through the Net in general and MySpace in particular.

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Second Generation Discovery Sites

by: David Jennings

There's an interesting set of issues raised by sites like Best MySpace Band, which add second-generation features to discovery sites like MySpace, Last.fm and so on.

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comScore Misinterprets Data: MySpace is *NOT* Gray

by: danah boyd

Read the comScore press release. Completely. Read the details. They have found that the unique VISITORS have gotten older. This is _not_ the same thing as USERS.

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