I think there is to many social network sites.
Hmmm.... Second Place.
I've used it before and I admit it's good for connections but from a service I don't hear about often, second place is impressive.
"The future starts with you; now start posting more!"
well myspace should just do music from now on and not even deal profiles. No one uses it anymore.
From what I have heard Justin Timberlake (wait what did you say), yes Justin Timberlake is in with the group that bought MySpace. He is supposedly working on design, image (of course), Publicity, layout, and programming (lol). I don't know about that decision, but I do know the kids know who he is, and they also use the internet more than any other citizen group as a whole. So who knows, but I know MySpace is trying to make a comeback under new owners. Whether it will ever happen who knows I personally think they should have taken the money spent for it, and that will be spent for new design protocols etc and make a new site, but the name recognition to some point is there obviously as I have read articles on it just about every where including HH.
"If the internet is the wild west, then Mark Zuckerberg is a cowboy who has mastered quite a bit of the terrain with 750 million visitors to his Facebook saloon. But, as seen in many old western films, there's occasionally a showdown accompanied by the cliché, "This town isn't big enough for the both of us." While Facebook hasn't met its match quite yet, Google+ may be well on its way.
Google+ launched only two weeks ago, but in its short time on the web (and despite its invitation-only testing phase it's currently in) the social network is blowing up, and many predict that it will be a suitable rival for Facebook.
According to Paul Allen, founder of Ancestry.com, Google+ achieved 7.3 million users on July 10. His statistical analysis also estimates that Google+ will acquire 10 million users today, and if Google keeps the invitation button active, it will reach 20 million users by this weekend."
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