Monday, 23 June 2008

It's the economy, stupid!


So MySpace is going through a redesign.
"Dubbed 'MySpace 2.0' internally, the redesign will be completed over the next four months and a wide range of new features introduced, all intended to shed its reputation as a media platform for music-crazed teens and make it the prism through which all its users access the internet - from communication to sharing pictures, listening to music to watching TV," reports Owen Gibson, interviewing MySpace's Tom Anderson in today's Guardian newspaper.
Good on you, Tom, but what we civilians want is a piece of software that allows us to aggregate all our social networking profiles into one place. Now that would be an economical use of our time but not what any of them would go for.

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