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MySpace Faces the Music

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The once-mighty MySpace has given up trying to reclaim its glory as the world’s largest general-purpose social network, a title now firmly in Facebook’s grasp. Instead, MySpace is undertaking a significant redesign that will put the focus on the types of users it’s managed to more or less keep on board: musicians and music fans.

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