for W3c validation
Titled “MySpace: The Business of SPAM 2.0 (Exhaustive Editions),” Valleywag attempts to take a very detailed look at what led Myspace to take off- spamming people. For more insight, Searchengine Journal and MichaelZimmer.org both cover this story. I’m not a fan of myspace, but I have to give them some credit for building a very popular site. I think the article is lacking in quality, though on the subject of spam, I do think Myspace is going to turn into a spammers paradise if it hasn’t already- I hope facebook is smart enough to avoid this happening to them. Of over 100 million myspace accounts, I wonder what percent are spam accounts?