MySpace is the New Blogosphere

Filed as General on February 21, 2006 10:34 pm

by Duncan

Jeremy gets it, even if he can’t get his blog counting figures right. MySpace is about 27% of the blogosphere and growing.

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  1. By Raduza posted on February 22, 2006 at 7:53 am
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    MySpace = Blogging?

    Shyeah, and This Comment = Literature.

    MySpace is a part of the greater social network, and yeah, it is a big part. Fine, a bloody huge part. But I’m yet to find too many serious blogging attempts there. It’s fine to count the myriad of MSNSpaces out there as blogs, I might even allow Xanga, but I’ve got to draw a line at MySpace, the same as Flickr and Del.icio.us sites are not blogs. Call me a blogsnob, but it’s just not the same thing.

    MySpace doesn’t need to be the new blogosphere. With 50-whatever million spaces, it is more than sufficient for it to be the new MySpaceosphere. It has now become an entity in its own right.