Tag Archives: MySpace

Church Sign Of The Day

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News Corp Sells MySpace

Six year’s ago Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp purchased MySpace for $580M. Yesterday the floundering site was sold for a mere $35M. The sale closes a complex chapter in the history of the Internet and of the News Corporation, which was widely envied by other media companies when it acquired MySpace in 2005. At that time, MySpace was the world’s fastest-growing ...

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MySpace Likely To Shutter

News Corp is reportedly putting MySpace up for sale after cutting staff by 50% this week. If there are no immediately takers, the site is expected to shut down by June. This will come as a shock to millions who thought MySpace was already gone. The site lost $100M in the fiscal year that ended last June.

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That Doesn’t Make You A Model

I’m getting a Jason Stackhouse vibe from the singer.

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Birthers: Obama’s MySpace Page More Proof Of Obama’s Birth Shenanigans

World Net Daily’s latest issue with Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president? His MySpace page has his age totally wrong! If President Obama were indeed born in Hawaii, was it while the islands were a territory of the United States? A new wrinkle in the dispute over his birth – and whether he is eligible to be president under the ...

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For Whom The Web Tolls

I wanted to write about ghoulish MyDeathSpace.com yesterday, but after the AP’s story was picked up by virtually every news outlet, the site crashed from all the traffic. MyDeathSpace is a virtual graveyard populated by deceased members of MySpace – kids who committed suicide, soldiers killed in Iraq, victims of murder, cancer, car accidents – a cornucopia of tragedy. The ...

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MySpace Politics

I have lost one of my “top eight” MySpace friends, for the moment. Barack Obama’s campaign has wrestled control of the MySpace page being operated by one of his supporters after they decided that with more than four times more “friends” than the other candidates, it would be best if the page were run by his actual campaign staff. A ...

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