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A Brief History Of 7 Social Networks (And How They Used To Look) [PHOTOS]

A Brief History Of 7 Social Networks (And How They Used To Look) [PHOTOS]

Hey, remember Friendster?

No? USENET, IRC, CompuServe, email and everything else that came before it aside, Friendster is generally considered the pioneer of modern social networking. Launching back in 2002, before even MySpace, Friendster became one of the first social networks to acquire one than one million users, reaching more than 100 million by 2008. And then, just like that, it all went a bit pear-shaped.

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A Brief History Of Social Media (1969-2012) [INFOGRAPHIC]

What’s your first memory of social media?

Twitter, perhaps? Or maybe Facebook?

If you’re of a certain age, you’ll likely remember when MySpace was very much numero uno amongst all social platforms. Roll the years back a little further, and you could have been one of the (relatively) few who were amongst the pioneers of modern social networking on Friendster.

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