What Is MySpace?

Posted on November 11, 2014 
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MySpace is a “social networking” web site.There are more than 200 social networking web sites in existence, and their success can be largely attributed to the human need for connection with others. For many people, such websites provide a way to extend their real-world circles of friends and acquaintances, or to find other people with similar interests. Some people even use a social networking site to meet romantic partners, while for others it’s away to escape the daily grind of their mundane lives — after all, almost anyone can be cool on MySpace.

At a fundamental level, social networking web sites are designed to mimic how people tend to make friends in real life — by meeting new people through existing friends and acquaintances.

When you first join MySpace, you create a profile where you can post pictures and provide information about yourself and your interests. You can even write a blog, which is an online journal where you share your thoughts and feelings.
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Originally posted 2008-05-29 03:01:21.

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You Can Now ‘Post To MySpace’!

Posted on May 21, 2015 
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Just recently, MySpace made an announcement that the ‘Post To MySpace’ feature that web publishers and myspace geeks alike have been waiting for are finally available :) The function is pretty straight-forward and it’s really similar like bookmarking your favourite URL.

There is no doubt that the most effective and popular viral marketing technique is via MySpace and now with the ‘Post To MySpace’ feature, web publishers can now virally spread their content to the most popular social networking site, MySpace!

If you would like to implement the ‘Post To MySpace’ code to your blog/site please head over to THIS POST at Mashable for further instructions 😉

Originally posted 2008-02-15 06:55:39.

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Facebook’s Response to MySpace Music : iLike

Posted on May 14, 2015 
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Though Facebook is also trying to set up a music site similar to that of MySpace it is not dealing directly with music. They do not have any plans of directly setting up any music streaming but relying on iLike which is a third party application. iLike does not provide for music streaming but works with Rhapsody. iLike has been given special permission to access Facebook with the help of the Great Apps program.
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Originally posted 2008-09-10 06:01:11.

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New MySpace Browser!

Posted on May 7, 2015 
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Flock - MySpaceThe Mozilla-based social web browser, Flock has made an announcement that they will be integrating with MySpace. With the help of the recent launch of the MySpace Developer Platform, the Flock users will be able to surf the web with their MySpace Friends right in their own sidebar :)

Only a few people were given a sneak peak at the new upcoming features that will be integrated in Flock. But still, the exact details of the features are still not known.

MySpace Browser - Flock

More on this at: Your MySpace Web Browser Is Coming

Originally posted 2008-02-08 22:50:35.

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MySpace MAJOR Re-design

Posted on April 30, 2015 
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Looks like MySpace has finally caught up with its loyal users and decided to redesign the whole MySpace Web Portal. The redesign will be implemented on five aspects of the MySpace Web Portal which is the homepage, user profile page to the MySpace TV Player. Basically, the whole MySpace site will be redesigned. Looks like MySpace is on a mission to please the users, amaze the advertisers and bring down FaceBook :)

Read more about the major redesign at: Arstechnica.com

You might also want to read an interview between DeWolfe and Claude Brodesser-Akner at: AdAge.com

Originally posted 2008-06-17 02:20:35.

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MySpace Woos Developers In Search Of Apps

Posted on April 23, 2015 
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MySpace will allow contributions in HTML, JavaScript, CSS, Adobe Air and future languages within a controlled environment because it was left with only Flash after it banned other code due to what it called “exploitation” by “nefarious people”, according to information on the forum.

MySpace said the platform has an Australian developers’ hub and provides a place for them to collaborate, build and test new software under the auspices of MySpace engineers who monitor how proposed widgets affect site security.
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Originally posted 2008-05-28 02:35:56.

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How To Hide Your MySpace Comments

Posted on April 15, 2015 
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Sometimes you just hate those spam comments and wished that you can hide your comments from your profile. Well, here how you can do it :)

First, copy the code provided below:
<div style="position:relative; height:400px; overflow:hidden; border:0px;"><table><tr><td><table><tr><td>

And then, go to http://www.myspace.com and login to your profile and click the Edit Profile link. Click the edit link for the Who I’d Like To Meet sections and paste the code that you have coped earlier. Finally, click the Preview button to see if it works and then click submit to save changes 😀

Originally posted 2007-10-08 16:00:43.

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MySpace to Launch a Business Incubator

Posted on April 8, 2015 
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Here’s another MySpace News update brought to you by Central MySpace Source…well almost 😉

Alright, this is the latest news: MySpace is planning to publicly announce that they will be launching a business incubator called SlingShot Labs. This is to let them spawn internet start-ups for news corporations expanding empire of web properties (which now includes the Wall Street Jurnal – WSJ.com and IGN – The Video Game Site).

It took about$15 million to secure the new venture which currently hires 40 emplyers which mostly consists of professional software developers.

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Originally posted 2008-02-14 00:46:37.

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WARNING: Some Have MySpace Profiles Without Knowing It!

Posted on April 1, 2015 
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Beware! Your private pictures might have been stolen and used without your permission by an online imposter on MySpace!

Well, the exact thing happened to an unfortunate girl named Katie from North Texas.

It only takes a few clicks for someone to steal a person’s photos and this means that anyone who has an internet access can become your imposter.

Katie said that she never thought that such things will happen to an average and normal girl like her. But she was very wrong. She found out about the imposter when one of here friend calls here saying that she had found a stranger who has a MySpace profile which contains Katie’s private and personal photos.

When the matter was reported to MySpace, they immediately shut down the bogus. MySpace officials admit that Katie’s issue is not an isolated incident and recommends everyone making their profile private so only those who are allowed can access the profile.

Well, that’s 1 case solved. Another 126 million to go…………………………….

Originally posted 2007-11-30 06:23:33.

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Is Music Perpetuating MySpace’s Lead in the US?

Posted on March 25, 2015 
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MySpace definitely has an advantage with music as its stronghold. MySpace is renowned as a platform for upcoming artists to connect with like-minded people by creating their own MySpace page. There are numerous pages on bands and artists who wish to display their talent. This site allows streaming of music which is the reason for its high demand. The artists are given full freedom to design the site as per their choice. Read more

Originally posted 2008-09-10 05:59:20.

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Surf MySpace with a Secure Proxy

Posted on March 18, 2015 
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Today I just found a proxy that has secured socket layer (SSL) integrated. UnblockCity.org is proxy site or more known as a firewall blocker to access any web site which might have been blocked by your system administrator or internet service provider (ISP).

If you school or work firewall is preventing you from accessing MySpace, you can use UnblockCity.org! With them, you can surf wherever and whenever you want with no restrictions!

Go ahead and check out their site: https://www.unblockcity.org/

Originally posted 2007-12-13 08:08:53.

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