As social media evolves, and our use of it changes or improves, we find places like Myspace seemingly growing old and useless. What used to be hip and swarming with possibilities, is just another space for emo pops and tech-defunct masses, and perverts to splatter the interweb with their rediculous junk food content and whiny mumblings. It has become a conductor of noise and junk. Where is the value? I wrote a lil guide for everyone on how to utilize Myspace to connect with other people and promote yourself without being noise. Read: Myspace: Creating Community In a Ghost Town
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