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Myspace Is Back (Again)

another random user (2645241) writes | about a year and a half ago

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another random user (2645241) writes "MySpace has showcased its new look with a preview video ahead of its forthcoming relaunch.

New owners Specific Media are revamping the social network in collaboration with Justin Timberlake after acquiring it from Newscorp for $35 million two years ago.

The new look centres around a horizontal layout similar to Pinterest, with a navigation panel for controlling audio content. Photo albums can be paired with playlists and integration with rival networks Facebook and Twitter has been incorporated."

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Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#41449525)

First, note that I’m too lazy to be bothered digging through the announcement, so I ask others to do the work for me. :-)

What are/will be its privacy policies? Will it offer anything better than Facebook, possibly for a fee? It would be interesting to see what folks are willing to pay for a reasonably controllable social medium.

For a look back in history, check out the terrain in XKCD [xkcd.com]’s maps Online Communities [xkcd.com] (May, 2007) and Online Communities 2 [xkcd.com] (Oct., 2010)
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