A user named aRvIn posted in a forum on Friday May 18th, From the looks of it Livejournal still hosts a pretty decent amount of blogs, looking more like a straight blogging platform than the online diary set-up it used to sport. When looking up my own high school, I found an account that was made in April of , so apparently Facebook hasn't killed it just yet. Bands have been releasing music on it pretty steadily, it doesn't really seem like the hot bed of musical promotion it was when it first hit the scene, and the frontpage bands aren't exactly one would call relevant. Open Diary is generally regarded as one of the first social networks ever, though from the looks of it, it's a ghost town.
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Myspace originally stylized as MySpace and currently stylized as myspace is an American social networking service. From to , it was the largest social networking site in the world. Myspace has had a significant influence on technology, pop culture and music. It played a critical role in the early growth of companies like YouTube ,  and created a developer platform that launched the successes of Zynga , RockYou , and Photobucket , among others.
Friendster was a social networking service based in Mountain View, California, founded by Jonathan Abrams and launched in March Before Friendster was redesigned, the service allowed users to contact other members, maintain those contacts, and share online content and media with those contacts. Users could share videos, photos, messages, and comments with other members via profiles and networks.