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News: Filling the Blanks: MySpace Discusses 'Dramatic Reinvention'
Posted on Wednesday, October 27, 2010 @ 13:57:02 UTC
Topic: Internet

MySpace is dead. Long live MySpace. Thatís what News Corp, the company that forked out an astonishing (at the time) $580m to buy the social network in 2005, is hoping as is gears up for MySpaceís biggest reboot to date. This really is a make or break moment for the site. What the new MySpace will look like is still under lock and key, but what is clear is that a mere redesign of the UI (user interface) will not suffice. The changes will have to go much deeper to sharpen and refocus what exactly MySpace is and, more importantly, what it does. Complete Article





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