Copyrights and wrongs

Everybody likes to have a pop at MySpace, the extraordinarily successful social-networking site. While the tabloids and other areas of the media like to give the impression that the site is full of predatory old men stalking young teens, design snobs like myself scoff at the site for its eye-dissolving layout.

A typical MySpace page is an untidy mess of links, ads, music players, bulletins, friends, featured groups and more, all held together with the elastic bands and sticky tape of crappy code. It's common to come across pages with embedded Flash and streaming media that will bring your browser to its knees, often unceremoniously crashing it and dancing on its grave.

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