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About the Authors
Ryan Hupfer, a self-proclaimed ‘computer nerd’, has been consuming, producing,
and learning all things Web since his first introduction to dial-up.

With a rare mix of being both a social butterfly and a tech geek, he has always
strived to find ways to utilize technology in a way that connects people and
calls them to action. He is a strong believer in the ability to fulfill and extend
the human need to connect with others online and is always looking at ways
to leverage emerging technologies to benefit people’s lives. By the time he hit
his college years, Ryan was deep into the world of computer programming;
all while being a bartender at one of Indianapolis’ most popular dance clubs.
In early 2004 Ryan’s odd mix of being both a technology expert and socialite
came together when he created his first online social community, www.HupsHoopty.com,
 which was based on his recent purchase of a brown 1992
GMC full-size custom van. This online community became an unlikely stepping
stone and a door for opportunity in Ryan’s life and eventually led him to
landing his current dream job at Indianapolis-based new media/communications
company, MediaSauce (www.mediasauce.com).

In December of 2005, Ryan and Mitch Maxson, both MediaSauce employees,
along with Ryan’s roommate, a film crew, and two bus drivers, traveled
across the United States in a 50-foot tour bus for two weeks in search of their
Top 8 MySpace friends –– whom they had never met. The tour, called “Hup ‘n
Dub’s Top 8 Tour,” was created in an effort to better understand why millions
of people were so attracted to the new online social phenomenon. Since the
tour, Ryan has been constantly keeping up with all things Web 2.0 and he is
extremely inspired and intrigued by the ways that the online world is now
flipping the media world upside down. Speaking of media, Ryan was also ‘discovered’
by a local NBC Indianapolis news station, WTHR (www.wthr.com),
when they watched a video podcast that MediaSauce created around the
2006 Final Four, called IndyPods (indypods.mediasauce.com). With his
hands in both the traditional and new media world, there’s no telling where
Ryan will end up next. You can keep up with him on his MySpace page at
www.MySpace.com/hupdaddy.

Mitch Maxson spent two years with a small, traditional marketing firm before
leaving to co-create his first interactive development firm (Transgres) after
graduating from Purdue University. After two years of sustained growth,
Transgres joined MediaSauce to pursue a shared vision of broadband-based
integrated communications. Today, as a partner and Creative Director, Mitch
has helped grow MediaSauce from 8 employees to more than 50 in just two
years. As a constant proponent of “what comes next” and the emergence of
audience-centric messaging and broadband connectivity, Mitch’s focus is on
understanding individuals and inspiring new ways for them to interact with their world.

With MediaSauce, Mitch has helped develop a side project known as Roster,
which allows fans to connect to their favorite celebrities via video games,
and traveled coast-to-coast to explore MySpace Friends in “real life” via The
Top 8 Tour. On a more regular basis, Mitch can be found preaching the vision
of the integration of communication, entertainment, and media while helping
clients better understand their audiences and how to connect with them.

Ryan Williams is a multimedia designer, author, and bassist based in
Indianapolis, Indiana. He’s shared the stage and studio with everybody and
everything from Grammy award-winning hip-hop artists to a full band of bagpipes
and drums. He received his master’s degree in music technology from
the Indiana University School of Music in 2003. He’s the author of Windows XP
Digital Music For Dummies and Teach Yourself Visually Bass Guitar, both published
by Wiley Publishing, Inc. He has also written several articles and tutorials
on music and music technology for several publications and Web sites.
He is a frequent panelist on digital music and home studios at music conferences
around the nation.


Authors’ Acknowledgments
I would like to thank the Wiley dynamic duo, Steve Hayes and Blair Pottenger,
for making their best effort in keeping me on schedule with this book. I would
also like to give a hi-five to Mr. Ryan Williams who made Mitch and I look bad
because he wrote so dang fast.

Thanks to my partner in crime, the always insightful Mitch Maxson, for making
this book such a fun read and for being the greatest writer, ever. Holla!
A HUGE thanks goes to my boss, my mentor and my friend Mr. Bryan Gray,
CEO of MediaSauce, for giving me the flexibility to finish this project and for
keeping me excited about what I do every single day.

To all of my friends and Ptown homies who first inspired me to find better
ways to share our busy lives with each other. All of you mean more to me
than you’ll ever know.
–– Ryan Hupfer
Thanks to Ryan Hupfer for being crazy, but not insane (no matter what they
say), and for appreciating my weird brain as much as I do yours. Thanks to
everyone at MediaSauce for sharing a vision and enjoying the passionate
pursuit therein.
–– Mitch Maxson
My contribution to this book would not have been possible without the
patience and understanding of Steven Hayes, Blair Pottenger, and the rest of
the immensely talented Wiley Publishing staff. Many thanks are also due to
my wife Jennifer, who put up with short deadlines and long hours.
–– Ryan Williams

Introduction

Greetings, and welcome to MySpace For Dummies. The last time we
checked, there were over 115 million profiles registered on MySpace.
When we started writing this book, there were a mere 70 million. By the time
our manuscript gets edited, this book is printed and shipped to your neighborhood
bookstore, and you pick it up, that number might be over 150 million
profiles. Maybe 200 million? 300 million? In short, this MySpace thing is
huge and it’s still growing.

Like so many technological tools and services these days, MySpace doesn’t
come with a user manual or guidebook to help you figure out how the site
works. If you’re like a lot of people out there in the online world, you enjoy
using the Internet to keep in touch with your friends — but you don’t have
the time, energy, or interest to spend forever figuring out how things work.
You just want to have fun and not stress out about the details of using your
computer. We understand that feeling — and we’re here to help.

Think of us as the friendliest computer nerds you’ll ever know. We actually do
keep up with all the geeky computer stuff that makes the guys with the
pocket protectors and lab coats giddy — but we also know how to filter out
the stuff you don’t care about and highlight the stuff you need to know. I
guess our moms were right — we are quite a catch. And we’ve packaged it all
together in chunks so when you need to know something about MySpace,
you can read what you need and move on. Nothing dumb about that, huh?

About This Book
We’ll be honest with you — we’re shocked that you’re reading this introduction.
Reading from start to finish isn’t what this book, or any For Dummies
book, is about. In fact, if all you do is pick up the book when you need to
know something about MySpace, find your topic in the Table of Contents or
index, read the page or two that covers that topic, and put your book back
down to gather dust until the next time you need it, we have done our job.
Yay us!!!

We don’t expect you to become an instant MySpace guru with a half-million
friends and the most tricked-out profile page on the site after using this book.
We don’t expect you’ll be able to spout off lectures on the minutiae of
MySpace’s programming code. We’ve kept this book simple so you can get
the info you need without a computer science degree.

We take a pretty straightforward approach to how we cover MySpace. We
know MySpace has a lot of tools you can use — and that you only want to
figure out how to use them (and maybe not all of them or all the time). So
we’ve covered what you want to know, including
Signing up for an account and setting up your profile
Turning on MySpace’s safety and security tools
Finding friends and keeping in touch with them
Upgrading your profile with photos, music, and a whole new look
Showing off your talents on MySpace
Selling, buying, and marketing on MySpace

Conventions Used in This Book
When we started telling our friends that we were writing a For Dummies book
on MySpace, a few of them looked at us like we were crazy. The typical question
was “How are you going to write a 300-page book on MySpace? It’s the
easiest thing in the world to use!” But it’s like we said — we’re card-carrying
computer nerds, and most of our friends are kind of geeky as well. So we told
them to put their propeller hats back on and go back to their labs.

For the rest of us, we think this book will be ideal when you get stuck trying
to get something done on MySpace or you think of something you want to do
on MySpace and don’t want to waste your time guessing about how to do it.
Check out the Table of Contents or the index to find what it is you want to do.
Once you’ve found it, read it, complete your task, and carry on. You won’t
even be tested on it later.

Along the way, we also share some insight into MySpace that we’ve gathered
during our time logged on to the site. We signed up on the site pretty early on
and showed signs of addiction right away. A couple of us, Ryan Hupfer and
Mitch Maxson, even commandeered a bus to go around the country and meet
our Top 8 friends, getting a taste of how MySpace is changing the culture
along the way. We even stopped in the MySpace offices in Santa Monica to
meet a few of the people who really make MySpace work. So we’ve seen
everything (so far) when it comes to MySpace, and we share that knowledge
with you as we go.

The good folks at Wiley Publishing, the people who actually make the
For Dummies books, have devised a good system for letting us get our point
across when we’re explaining how MySpace works.
Bulleted lists. When you come across a bulleted list like this one, we’re
usually breaking down a list of MySpace options into smaller chunks for
quicker reading. For example, when we cover setting up your profile in
Chapter 2, we go over all your options in bullet lists. You don’t have to
follow the list in order point by point — just jump to what you want to
know and follow the guidance you get there.
Numbered step lists. When you see a list broken down into numbered
steps, we’re walking you through a specific process toward reaching a
set goal. For instance, we offer a numbered how-to list when we tell you
how to upload photos to your MySpace page in Chapter 10. Follow the
steps and you should get the results you want.
Web addresses. Here and there throughout the book, we instruct you
to type a specific Web site address into your browser. Those references
look like this — www.myspace.com. If you’re still not sure how things
like Web browsers work, you might take a look at The Internet For
Dummies, 10th Edition by John Levine, Margaret Levine Young, and
Carol Baroudi to get some help with the basics of the Internet.

Foolish Assumptions
We’re going to be a bit bold and make a few assumptions about you because
you picked up MySpace For Dummies. We’re guessing you’ve heard about
MySpace, want to try it out for yourself, and have access to a computer that
lets you get on the Internet and access MySpace. It doesn’t matter if the
computer is a PC or Mac or something else — MySpace works the same on all
flavors of computer.

What we’re not sure about is why you want to get on MySpace — yeah, okay,
the details are none of our beeswax — but our guess is that you’ve heard it’s
a great way to keep up with friends and meet new people with similar interests.
Or maybe someone in your family — likely a teenager — is either on
MySpace or wants to join MySpace, and you want to know more about it
before they sign on. If you’re already signed up on MySpace and just want to
use more of their tools, we have you covered there as well.

One thing we do assume about all our readers is that you’re interested in
keeping safe and secure while you’re using MySpace. Okay, MySpace has
gotten a lot of attention because of some Internet bad guys who have used
MySpace to contact other users — especially teenaged users — with illicit
and illegal proposals. Unfortunately, those people are a reality in both the
real world, and the online world, and to help you stay as safe as possible, we
concentrated a lot of information about MySpace safety in Chapter 3. We’ve
also littered safety info throughout the book. We want your MySpace experience
to be safe and fun — and we share a lot of pointers to make sure you get that experience.

How This Book Is Organized
We keep promising that this book is set up so you can use only the pieces
you need to get the results you want. Well, the first step in this process is
dividing all the info into parts that cover the big topics on MySpace. Where
you choose to start reading depends on whether you’re a complete MySpace
newbie (in which case, welcome!), a current member who wants to pump up
your page, or a professional looking to use MySpace as a way to get the word
about your business or talent out to a lot of people. Here’s how we have organized
the parts of our book.
Part I: MySpace Overview and Basics
This is the Part you need to turn to if you’re just getting started with
MySpace. We cover the basics of what you can do on the MySpace site, how
to get signed up with an account, how to set up your profile with the information
you want to share with other MySpace users, and how to stay safe and
secure when using MySpace.
Part II: The MySpace Community
The main goal of MySpace is pretty simple: putting their users in contact with
each other. This part covers the main tools for making those contacts. We
take a look at how to find friends, add friends to your MySpace profile, and
stay in touch with those friends via e-mail messages, bulletins, and profile
comments. We also cover keeping a Web log — that’s what a blog is if you’re
visiting from another planet and haven’t heard of ’em — on your MySpace
page. This part shares guidance on using MySpace’s calendar, event invitations,
forums, and creating or joining groups. We also show how you can keep
up with your MySpace account on a mobile phone.
Part III: Customizing MySpace
MySpace allows users to decorate profile pages with photos, video, and
music tracks posted by the musical artists who have also made a home on
MySpace (which makes perfect sense — after all, musicians started it). Truly
bold users can even dig into the programming code that runs MySpace to
change the colors, layout, and background image they use for their pages.
This part walks you through the steps needed to change your MySpace page
into something unique.
Part IV: Capturing Your Audience
With millions of users logging on to MySpace every day, the site’s become a
great way for musicians, filmmakers, comedians, and authors to share their
works. Also, with millions of eyes on the site, marketers have turned to
MySpace to get the word out about movie releases, television premieres, club
events, product availability, and just about every other type of sellable stuff
you can think of. This part shows how to use the tools to show off your own
talents on MySpace — as well as some ideas on how to get more eyes on your stuff.
Part V: The Part of Tens
In the great tradition of the For Dummies series, we close MySpace For
Dummies with the Part of Tens. There you’ll find a few chapters that break
down some key points about MySpace into short, easy-to-read sections. We
also share some insight that didn’t quite fit anywhere else in the book. Flip to
this section to read about other Web sites similar to MySpace, a few places
you can go for help with your MySpace page, or quick tips on MySpace safety.


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Contents at a Glance
Introduction
Part I: MySpace Overview and Basics
Chapter 1: Diving into the MySpace Pool
Chapter 2: Enlisting in the MySpace Army
Chapter 3: Staying Safe on MySpace
Part II: The MySpace Community
Chapter 4: Friending the MySpace Way
Chapter 5: Staying in Touch via MySpace
Chapter 6: Blogging on MySpace
Chapter 7: Keeping Up with MySpace
Chapter 8: Staying on Schedule with MySpace
Chapter 9: Getting In with the In-Crowd
Part III: Customizing MySpace
Chapter 10: Your MySpace Photo Album
Chapter 11: Sound and Movies
Chapter 12: Customizing Your MySpace Page
Part IV: Capturing Your Audience
Chapter 13: Marketing the MySpace Way
Chapter 14: Rockin’ in the MySpace World
Chapter 15: Finding Your Place on MySpace
Part V: The Part of Tens
Chapter 16: Ten MySpace Tools for Staying Safe
Chapter 17: Ten Ways to Keep Away from MySpace Bad Guys
Chapter 18: Ten MySpace Resources
Chapter 19: Ten Other Social Networking Sites
Index


Table of Contents
Introduction.....
About This Book..........
Conventions Used in This Book .......
Foolish Assumptions ...................
How This Book Is Organized...
Part I: MySpace Overview and Basics.......
Part II: The MySpace Community........
Part III: Customizing MySpace .....
Part IV: Capturing Your Audience ....
Part V: The Part of Tens..............
Icons Used in This Book........
Where to Go from Here.....
Part I: MySpace Overview and Basics .............................7
Chapter 1: Diving into the MySpace Pool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Whose Space? MySpace! .................................................................................9
The people in your MySpace neighborhood.....................................11
The allure of MySpace .........................................................................13
The Nuts and Bolts of MySpace ...................................................................15
Is MySpace Safe? ............................................................................................18
Chapter 2: Enlisting in the MySpace Army . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Becoming MySpace Member #136,485,972 .................................................21
Name, Rank, Serial Number, E-mail Address . . ..........................................23
Showing Off Your Profile ...............................................................................28
Setting your name and Web address .................................................28
Answering the question “Who does this person
think they are?”.................................................................................30
Making Account Changes..............................................................................37
Chapter 3: Staying Safe on MySpace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Having a Private Profile on MySpace...........................................................42
Additional Privacy Settings...........................................................................45
The Privacy Settings window..............................................................45
Instant Messaging Privacy Settings....................................................47
Blocking the unwanted of MySpace ...................................................48
Alerting MySpace for Safety’s Sake..............................................................52
Part II: The MySpace Community .................................55
Chapter 4: Friending the MySpace Way . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57
Getting Your Friending On ............................................................................57
The Almighty Friend Request.......................................................................58
Breaking Down the Friend Request .............................................................58
Finding some friends............................................................................58
To send or to receive, that is the question .......................................63
What Being a Friend Really Means...............................................................68
Managing the Masses.....................................................................................69
Using the Address Book ......................................................................70
To Friend or not to Friend? .................................................................72
The Top Friends Phenomenon .....................................................................73
Getting your Top Friends in order......................................................74
Deleting a Friend ............................................................................................76
Chapter 5: Staying in Touch via MySpace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
Getting to Know the Tools ............................................................................79
Message Management with the MySpace Mail Center ..............................80
Creating and sending a message ........................................................83
Replying to a received message .........................................................86
Forwarding, saving, and deleting received messages .....................87
Communicating with Comments..................................................................89
If you comment me, I’ll comment you ...............................................90
Posting a Profile Comment..................................................................92
Deleting a Profile Comment.................................................................93
Messaging the Masses with Bulletins ..........................................................94
Locating the My Bulletin Space ..........................................................95
Creating and sending a Bulletin..........................................................96
Whoops! Deleting a Bulletin................................................................99
Instant Access with Instant Messaging .....................................................101
Tying It All Together ....................................................................................102
Chapter 6: Blogging on MySpace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .105
What Should I Blog? .....................................................................................105
Knowing your audience.....................................................................106
Writing about what you know...........................................................106
Creating and Posting Your Blog..................................................................107
It’s all subjective.................................................................................108
Your body of work..............................................................................108
Attention to detail ..............................................................................110
Customizing Your Blog ................................................................................112
Making general page settings............................................................112
Heads up: Modifying your page header...........................................114
Customizing . . . on the side ..............................................................116
The main event: Blog Post Settings..................................................117
Changing the background .................................................................118
Using a Custom Style Sheet...............................................................118
Safe Blogging.................................................................................................119
Your Subscription ........................................................................................120
Spreading the Word .....................................................................................121
Comments, Please? ......................................................................................122
Chapter 7: Keeping Up with MySpace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125
Alert! Alert! Alert! .........................................................................................125
Receiving e-mail notifications...........................................................126
Getting notifications on your cell phone.........................................127
Gotta Go! — Using Mobile Communication Devices
to Access MySpace...................................................................................129
Connecting to MySpace with PDAs ..................................................130
Utilizing Helio......................................................................................130
I IM, DO U?.....................................................................................................130
Get it in your system..........................................................................131
Adding Friends....................................................................................131
Always changing.................................................................................132
Doesn’t play nice with others ...........................................................132
Chapter 8: Staying on Schedule with MySpace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133
Organizing Your Events ...............................................................................133
Getting the party started...................................................................134
You’re invited! .....................................................................................139
Using Your MySpace Calendar....................................................................141
Making your calendar your own.......................................................141
I’ll pencil you in ..................................................................................143
But wait, there’s more! .......................................................................144
Chapter 9: Getting In with the In-Crowd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .145
Understanding MySpace Groups................................................................145
Joining up ............................................................................................146
Starting your own...............................................................................147
Managing your group.........................................................................149
Utilizing the Classified Ads .........................................................................151
Browsing the ads ................................................................................152
Posting an ad.......................................................................................153
Managing your ads .............................................................................154
Replying to ads ...................................................................................154
Taking a Look at Forums .............................................................................155
Explaining forums...............................................................................155
Why should we use the forums? ......................................................158
Chat versus forums ............................................................................158
School and Work Communities ..................................................................159
Rate Your Professor .....................................................................................160
Part III: Customizing MySpace ...................................163
Chapter 10: Your MySpace Photo Album . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .165
Getting Your Pictures Ready for MySpace ................................................165
Using the correct file format .............................................................165
Making sure you have the right file size..........................................167
Naming your photo file......................................................................168
Adhering to the content policy.........................................................168
Finding Places to Host Your Images...........................................................168
Beam Me Up! — Loading Your Photos on MySpace.................................169
Managing Your Photo Page .........................................................................171
Chapter 11: Sound and Movies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
Adding a Profile Song...................................................................................175
Planning your setlist ..........................................................................176
Putting on the hits..............................................................................176
Adding Video to Your Profile ......................................................................177
Finding video.......................................................................................177
Using your homemade movies .........................................................179
Putting on a show...............................................................................181
Reviewing and commenting on videos ............................................183
Chapter 12: Customizing Your MySpace Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
Customization Restrictions on MySpace ..................................................187
First Things First ..........................................................................................188
Doing It Yourself ...........................................................................................189
How long did that take you? .............................................................189
Well, hello HTML! Tag — you’re it! ...................................................190
Adding HTML ......................................................................................192
You’re safe now...................................................................................193
Can we ask you a question? ..............................................................194
Taking the Easy Way Out.............................................................................195
Part IV: Capturing Your Audience...............................201
Chapter 13: Marketing the MySpace Way . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .203
The Ultimate Online Social Community ....................................................204
Deciding if MySpace Is the Right Place .....................................................206
Evaluating the MySpace audience....................................................207
The ability to build an audience.......................................................207
New rules, new expectations ............................................................209
Real-World Marketing versus MySpace Marketing ..................................211
Measuring Your MySpace Success.............................................................214
Chapter 14: Rockin’ in the MySpace World . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .217
Music — the Foundation of MySpace........................................................217
Getting Your Music onto MySpace.............................................................219
MySpace Music Profile Options .................................................................222
Upcoming Shows ................................................................................223
Band Details ........................................................................................226
Basic Info .............................................................................................227
Manage Songs .....................................................................................228
Listing Info...........................................................................................233
MySpace — a Music Fan’s Paradise...........................................................233
The almighty MySpace Music Player...............................................234
Top Artist listings ...............................................................................235
Music Videos.......................................................................................237
Finding live shows..............................................................................237
The future of music on MySpace......................................................238
Chapter 15: Finding Your Place on MySpace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .241
Build It and They Will Come .......................................................................241
MySpace Filmmakers...................................................................................242
Opportunity awaits ............................................................................242
Perks of a MySpace Filmmaker profile.............................................243
Creating your Filmmaker profile.......................................................244
Managing your Filmmaker profile ....................................................247
The MySpace Film portal...................................................................252
MySpace Comedians....................................................................................254
Joining the MySpace Comedy community ......................................255
Creating your Comedy profile...........................................................255
Managing your MySpace Comedy profile........................................257
The Beginning of MySpace Services ..........................................................261
MySpace Movies.................................................................................261
MySpace Books...................................................................................262
MySpace Jobs .....................................................................................263
MySpace TV On Demand...................................................................264
Part V: The Part of Tens .............................................267
Chapter 16: Ten MySpace Tools for Staying Safe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .269
Set Your Profile to Private...........................................................................269
Require E-mail or Last Name to Add as a Friend......................................270
Approve Comments .....................................................................................270
Limit Access to Your Blogs .........................................................................270
Keep Your Name Out of Search ..................................................................271
Hide Your Photos .........................................................................................271
Limit Your Instant Message Access ...........................................................272
Keep Your Photos out of E-mail..................................................................272
Filter Group Invites ......................................................................................273
Blocking Users..............................................................................................273
The Delete Key Is Your Friend ....................................................................273
Contacting MySpace ....................................................................................274
Chapter 17: Ten Ways to Keep Away from MySpace Bad Guys . . . .275
Don’t Take MySpace to the Real World .....................................................275
Don’t Talk to Strangers................................................................................276
Don’t Use Your Real Name ..........................................................................277
Don’t Post Contact Information .................................................................277
Don’t Leave Unwanted Clues......................................................................277
Don’t Post Anything You Don’t Want Your Mother to See ......................278
Play Nice with Others ..................................................................................278
Don’t Share Your Account...........................................................................279
Always Sign Out............................................................................................279
Use a Separate E-mail Address ...................................................................279
Chapter 18: Ten MySpace Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .281
Thomas’ Myspace Editor ............................................................................281
MySpace Toolbox.........................................................................................282
Glitter Graphics ............................................................................................282
Tools For MySpace.......................................................................................282
GIMP...............................................................................................................282
Windows Movie Maker ................................................................................283
iMovie ............................................................................................................283
Audacity ........................................................................................................283
Quizilla...........................................................................................................284
Spell Check....................................................................................................284
Chapter 19: Ten Other Social Networking Sites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .285
Friendster......................................................................................................285
Facebook .......................................................................................................286
Classmates.com............................................................................................286
Reunion.com.................................................................................................286
Bebo...............................................................................................................287
Xanga .............................................................................................................287
Orkut..............................................................................................................287
Flickr ..............................................................................................................288
YouTube ........................................................................................................288
Dogster and Catster .....................................................................................289
Index........................................................................291
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