The New York Times takes a look at MySpace:
ALMOST on a lark, Chris DeWolfe bought the Internet address MySpace.com in 2002, figuring that it might be useful someday. At first, he used the site to peddle a motorized contraption, made in China and called an E-scooter, for $99….
The story goes on to discuss online advertising, the growth of MySpace, and it’s traffic compared to other internet sites.
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