Posts Tagged ‘myspace’
  • Microsoft Outlook to become a lot more social, integrate Facebook and MySpace. Cubicle dwellers rejoice, IT managers cringe..
    by Mike
    Posted February 17th, 2010 at 6:32 am
    While those stuck reading this in some dimly lit, cold, and rank smelling cubicle may have nothing but malice and dissent for Microsoft Outlook as it takes up countless hours of their lives each day, people who actually choose to use it on the outside seem to think pretty favorably of it. Outside of the enterprise world, Outlook itself is a pretty decent desktop email client that can at least hold it's own against many other desktop email clients from various software companies. But even in ...
  • Manchester United apparently doesn’t understand player/fan interaction in the digital age — clamps down on personal player profiles.
    by Mike
    Posted January 20th, 2010 at 11:33 am
    Usually when we talk about censorship, we talk about communist societies and governments which unfairly oppress those living within the boundaries. However, such environments aren't the only places where humans are unfairly restricted. Real censorship and oppression comes a lot closer to home for many of us. This time, it's professional athletes who are feeling the heat. Within the last year or so, we've seen various professional sporting leagues such as the NBA and NFL decry personal soc...
  • Facebook coming to MySpace. Wait what?
    by Mike
    Posted December 5th, 2009 at 7:26 pm
    If we could travel back in time as little as two years ago and look at the social networking war between Facebook and MySpace, we'd remember the cut throat battle that was being waged between the two. My how a couple years change people and companies. This past year has seen MySpace followers defect in record numbers with the once social network falling from it's high podium. For most, the lack of innovation and overall inability to get past the whole tweenie bopper crowd is the sole cause f...
  • Facebook and MySpace to be new best buds?
    by Mike
    Posted October 26th, 2009 at 7:37 pm
    If there was ever a pairing between two long time rivals that eventually kissed and made up, the rivalry between Facebook and MySpace would definitely not be near the top of my list list. But pigs are going to soon sprout wings and hell will in fact start freezing over (I can feel my feet getting cold as we speak) as Owen Van Natta, MySpace CEO has been officially quoted saying that they are "in talks" with Facebook exec's. Similarly, Facebook's COO, Sheryl Sandberg stated: "we would like to h...
  • MySpace’s Tom Anderson becomes Mr. Facebook [comedy]
    by Mike
    Posted October 22nd, 2009 at 5:11 am
    If that isn' t a slap in the face, I don't know what is. Whether Mr. Anderson has some ill will or salty feelings for his old love is between him and himself for the time being. What is immediately apparent to all of us is now that he's free, he can be a bit more, um, social. Even though the page is fake, as one can see above, it is well done and a great play on social networking none the less. Did it have you fooled at first? Mashable >
  • What we’ve got here is…failure to communicate
    by Mike
    Posted October 1st, 2009 at 7:34 am
    The NBA recently announced they were following in several other industries footsteps by banning any social networking use by players, coaches, and other staff alike. At first, many will come to believe it's to prevent embarrassing situations and outbursts. However, that couldn't be further from the truth and anyone with a grain of intelligence knows it. It really comes down to a simple explanation -- Greed! (more...)...
  • Lose the fat: Facebook Lite emerges…
    by Mike
    Posted September 11th, 2009 at 5:47 am
    Over the last couple years, Facebook has exploded in popularity surpassing the once great MySpace. The draw for many was the slick, quick, and uncluttered interface. Well, with the addition of every quiz, app, and game underneath the sun, Facebook is turning into the bloated giant MySpace still is. What to do? Cut the fat that's what. Since Facebook started adding all of the frilly junk, many users have been begging for a "Facebook Lite" that gives them the good 'ol Facebook free from dis...
  • Uh-oh, MySpace putting the kibosh on 2/3 of international staff
    by Mike
    Posted June 23rd, 2009 at 5:52 am
    These tough economic times are trying, often pushing mind and body to the brink as we try to stay afloat in an ever increasingly flooded world. Some people just have what it takes, others do not. Sadly, MySpace has slipped from its prominent position it once held in the social networking scene. Lately, MySpace has even portrayed an image of that of a dying company -- slumping traffic statistics, substantial management repositioning, and massive layoffs. If you were a MySpace worker outside...
  • Canon bringing SED TV technology back into focus?
    by Mike
    Posted May 7th, 2009 at 4:13 am
    If you can recall a year or two ago, (I know, reach deep into the depths that is your mind....I'm just kidding you 'ol bear trap you), SED technology was a TV technology with a bright future ahead looking to become the dominating standard, if not at least a worthy competitor to OLED, and the now defunct FED standards with it's extremely nice image quality.  Then drama, greed, and confusion took place as various partners dropped support and funding.  The most recent casualty being FED as So...
  • MySpace user base shifting to the road: 450% mobile growth in ’08
    by Mike
    Posted April 29th, 2009 at 6:45 am
    While Twitter has been consuming every type of media outlet the last short while, MySpace has been relatively unnoticed.  Sure it was the social networking giant that started it all.  However, with Facebook and Twitter quickly adding users and growing, MySpace seemed if it had lost its momentum and innovation.  Really, the users that may not be using the desktop version all too often anymore are simply changing the way they access MySpace.  MySpace vice president, John Faith announced at...
  • MySpace goes on a much needed diet
    by Mike
    Posted April 14th, 2009 at 5:39 am
    If you are a more seasoned individual who is still relatively young, you may heard of a social networking site called MySpace.  Even though MySpace isn't garnering all of the media attention lately, (that honor goes to Twitter and Facebook), it is still none the less a big player in the social networking scene as it was the first social networking site to truly make that type of "thing" cool.  Throughout the years, MySpace's emphasis on customization has rendered many of its hundreds of mi...
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