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Check out our video above and read on below for more. Yeah, the site with garish glitter GIFs and a "Top 8 friends" box was where I met my best friend ten years ago. It happened like this: Just hours after I had returned to my parents' house from celebrating my 22nd birthday over a few beers, I checked my PC (which was normally always left on downloading something) and noticed there was a message in my My Space inbox."You're hot," read the message. " I replied, adding: "Are you sure you've got the right person? We exchanged pleasantries and decided to ramp things up a bit: We took it to MSN Messenger.
Matt Brian, Managing Editor, Engadget UKI always chuckle when someone asks me how I met my wife. Back then, my future wife was studying to be a nurse, so we would chat whenever she had a spare minute.
This place really is special, and I visited during the light festival so it was also really cool at night. A post shared by Tom Anderson (@myspacetom) on Ok, so this is not Hawaii :-) I'm pulling this one out of the archives--it was taken at the lantern festival in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
I first saw a photo of this place 5 years ago and have been dreaming of coming here ever since... It was a really special night for me and brings back tremendous memories. A post shared by Tom Anderson (@myspacetom) on “I like finding places that feel untouched by the modern world.” But, he’s not stopping there.
And now a hefty chunk of those account credentials has been leaked to the entire Internet, in a humbling reminder that the Matchbox Twenty-inspired username you probably made in high school is still worth a heck of a lot to companies and criminals.
Since selling his share in the social network to News Corp for a cool £372m and retiring back in 2009, Tom Anderson has dedicated his time to travelling the world and becoming a talented photographer.
Keeping himself busy, Anderson has created an Instagram account under the handle @myspacetom where he shares some of his favourite snaps.
Very rarely was anything of substance shared there and more or less, everyone had the same opportunity to meet and connect with others.
The interactions were unique because of the anonymity given by using My Space.