Where did the time fly, Myspace.

It’s a big world out there and social media moves at a rapid pace. One needs to stay on top of all the crazy social programs that keeps on popping up. Call me old fashion, but I miss the days when it all moved at a slower pace. You didn’t have to worry about a new social program every month, you stay with one and never had to worry about new one for awhile. I guess what I’m trying to say is I miss the old days of Myspace.

I remember back in the good old days, Myspace was the hip thing to do. When you set up an account Tom Anderson was your first friend to be on your profile. Mark Zuckerberg would never do that, but like I said it was a different time. Once you get comfortable with your profile, you would go out and seek friends.  You would read random people’s bulletin, hoping to make that one connection. All the while, listening to random music that they put up. Most people would call this stalking, but I just called it meeting a new friend one profile at a time. It just felt like the net was much friendlier back then.

Maybe I was living too much in the past and don’t want to accept the change that happen. I guess I have to move forward, but this old dinosaur will always have a special place in his heart for Mysapace. If you were to ask me now to go on Myspace, I would tell you to get with the times.

 

This blog was created for the daily post challenge. The link is below.

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Here is an excellent post to read.

“The Angel” – The 18th of March 1963 – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

3 thoughts on “Where did the time fly, Myspace.

  1. Pingback: “The Angel” – The 18th of March 1963 – Milwaukee, Wisconsin | Forgotten Correspondence

  2. Thank you so much for linking to my post!

    I also wish for a slower time. I never had a MySpace profile, but remember when AIM was such a big thing? It just seemed so much easier and simpler. But maybe that’s just because we were younger back then!

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