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written by Tacogeddon on Oct 05, 2006 04:36
Geekofdeath said:
All in all, Facebook owns it, just by looking at the [uncluttered] frontpage, and I don't even have a Facebook.
...And Facebook's Wikipedia page isn't locked because of vandalism!
written by N5corp on Oct 05, 2006 06:28
I really do hate all the technical aspects of the site, but I've never had a problem with the spammy stupid people because my profile is hidden, and I've only so many real life friends "friended" So we can keep in touch.
written by Xevat on Oct 05, 2006 06:50
Bgreman said:
I once read that the sun goes around the Earth, but then I checked it out for myself.

In any case, anyone CAN 'hack' it, if by hack you mean put broken CSS into their fields so that it looks like a cancerous dinosaur vomited its viscera all over your monitor. Just like geocities from 10 years ago!
Yeah, I read it was easy to hack, and didn't check it out, because I never ever intend to use Myspace, so why should I check out if I can hack it?

I once read a sun goes around a planet callled earth, but I didn't bother to check, because I live in a completely different solar system. We have our own sun.
written by Stellanaut on Oct 05, 2006 21:54
I hear corporations use myspace to weed out employees, that right there makes me think poorly of it.
whatever.
written by Bgreman on Oct 05, 2006 22:23
Then don't put anything on your damn websites that prospective employers would to discredit you. That's like walking into a job interview with "Lol, u guys suckzor".

If there's one thing the internet lacks, it's discretion.
written by Phreakcustom on Oct 05, 2006 23:42
Stellanaut said:
I hear corporations use myspace to weed out employees, that right there makes me think poorly of it.
How are they weeding out employees with myspace? how does an employer get your myspace anyway? but that is wierd if they do that though
hidden agenda
written by Trad.a on Oct 06, 2006 00:07
Phreakcustom said:
Stellanaut said:
I hear corporations use myspace to weed out employees, that right there makes me think poorly of it.
How are they weeding out employees with myspace? how does an employer get your myspace anyway? but that is wierd if they do that though
They would probably google your name. And if it's a common name then they might just narrow the search by googling sites from a specific country (e.g. New Zealand). I guess it would work like that.
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