MySpace has been having a rough time.
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MySpace has been having a rough time.
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Hey, remember how MySpace was relevant for, like, four years last decade before being purchased by Rupert Murdoch, right before it got utterly crushed by Facebook.
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Way back in October of 2010, the Chinese year of the tiger, the fine people at Design Float <a href="http://www.designfloat.com/blog/2010/10/25/vintage-posters-of-major-online-brands/">whipped up some outstanding vintage ad posters</a> representing modern online brands as a way of simply showing that vintage is always a good choice for whatever concept you might be working on.
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In <a href="http://www.jperla.com/blog/post/facebook-is-a-ponzi-scheme">a post to his blog in January</a>, Joseph Perla presented a compelling argument for Facebook being one of biggest Ponzi schemes in the history of commerce, one that I frankly <a href="http://cajunboy.tumblr.com/post/2863726225/facebook-posts-huge-revenues-in-fact-recent">agreed wholeheartedly with then</a>, and continue to do now.
Wow, <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/news/2011/04/friendster-to-delete-basically-everything-on-friendster-on-may-31/">a week that's been filled with nostalgia for bygone popular social media outlets</a> (they come and go so swiftly.
<a href="http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/04/27/us-myspace-newscorp-idUSTRE73Q01E20110427"> Looks like News Corp will be putting MySpace on the auction block again, seeking suitors willing to shell out <a href="http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/04/27/us-myspace-newscorp-idUSTRE73Q01E20110427">the big bucks</a>.
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Want to see a bunch more pictures like the one above, plus a few more I made myself.
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Google is in talks with Groupon to possibly buy the local deals website, which started only two years ago and yet already generates an estimated $50 million in monthly revenue from the desirable local retail market.
<a href="http://mashable.com/2010/10/27/new-myspace/"> I've actually never been a member of MySpace but a good 85% of you pretend like you never were either, so we're all in the same boat. As far as social networking goes, it's been relegated to the painful position of being the brunt of jokes with <a href="http://www.lamebook.com/the-internet-the-movie/">the most recent sighting</a> being a comparison to Heath Ledger--as far as actors are concerned (Can we say double ouch.