The new myspace design has just been unveiled. Take a look at the demo video below — those that like it can sign up for an invite at new.myspace.com. I’ll be interested to see if the slick new interface can bring back new meaning to a platform that few believe in these days. Read more…
In the US, they’re getting ready for Superman’s return on DVD, as you can tell from the Daily Planet website and from Lex Luthor’s page on Myspace. Apparently, Lex Luthor is set to come back with a massive take-over… he has declared that on November 28th, he will assume total control of the Web. The menace is real and definitely scary, but you can do something to stop his evil plan: find 12 tags around the Web, you will save the world and win $1,000,000. I’m not sure of the exact mechanism of the contests, but it looks like websites around the world are currently featuring some Lex Luthor content. Find them, and get the chance to win the big prize!
On BrandRepublic (sub. req.) John Wood, MD at Beechwood Marketing writes: Anyone who works in marketing who hasn’t visited myspace.com is already out of touch with the youth sector. And once you have visited, you may start by wondering what on earth it is, and why it has been so successful (…). Like a teenager’s bedroom, the site is a mess from a design point of view (…). If you want to get inside the heads of the global youth market, this site should be every marketer’s reference. Take note.
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