The LA Times has a story today about Specific Media’s attempts to lauch a Myspace comeback tour–by using part-owner Justin Timerlake‘s cache to rebrand the site as a music destination.

Good luck with that.

As it happens, the girlfriend and I were trolling Myspace yesterday, laughing at how several of our exes were still in our “top friends.” We both decided that since our profiles were still public, we should probably fix that. It turns out, that was impossible. The function to change your top friends either doesn’t exist, or is so needlessly convoluted we couldn’t find it. We’re both stuck with our exes online for all eternity. The various News Corp. redesigns are terrible and unnavigable. For instance there doesn’t appear to be a button to bring you from a friend’s page back to your own home page.

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