About six companies, including private equity firms, are expected to bid for MySpace this week. According to The Wall Street Journal (both the Journal and MySpace are owned by News Corp.), a Web company based in China, online music company Vevo (Vevo says this isn’t true), and private equity firm Thomas H. Lee Partners are among those considering the purchase. The fate of MySpace is unclear, but there’s talk of integrating it with existing websites.

Friendster is deleting all of its content next month says Gawker. Wouldn’t be fun to see your old online profile one last time (if you can remember your password from 15 years ago)? Not gone: the typewriter.

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