The NYT takes a look at MySpace, visiting with the two scruffy Angeleno co-founders and noting the company’s gleaming new Santa Monica office building, moved into after News Corp.’s $520 million purchase of the site’s parent company. Weirdly, no mention is made in the article of the effect this influx of cash has had on the lifestyle of the founders in question, which you’d think would be a natural line of inquiry, no? Guess they’re trying to keep it real.
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