There’s something really lovely about Randy J. Hunt’s marker drawings (more like sketches, actually) of former popular websites. Shown below are Geocities, Friendster, and Myspace. You can buy each of these drawings for $400 on Etsy.
Justin Timberlake’s new single Suit & Tie is now available for unlimited streaming on the new Myspace. Yep. The new Myspace, partially funded by Justin Timberlake.
I have the new Myspace. But I don’t know what to do with it. Also, none of my friends are on it. This is sad.
Is this site working for anybody? I can’t seem to get it working with my Facebook info. I really want to relive the old Myspace before the new one rolls out.
The new Myspace from Myspace on Vimeo. It looks like Myspace is getting a huge redesign with a focus more on music and connecting with artists. The video above shows the redesign that’s going to be launched and I gotta admit, it’s drawing me in. I love the big photos and the immersive experience overall. […]
Believe it or not, Myspace is still around and they had a hand in putting out this video of Michael Chacon talking about the sport of fixed gear freestyle and how it’s continuously growing day to day.