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From TheJournal.ie The former CEO of Myspace is pumping cash into this Dublin startup Food And Drink

The former CEO of Myspace is pumping cash into this Dublin startup

SwiftComply has raised $900,000 to double staff and expand to the US.

From TheJournal.ie Somebody is trying to sell almost 33 million Twitter passwords on the dark web Security

Somebody is trying to sell almost 33 million Twitter passwords on the dark web

Although it looks unlikely that Twitter was breached.

From TheJournal.ie Remember MySpace? If you joined it before, you will want to revisit it quickly Mega Breach

Remember MySpace? If you joined it before, you will want to revisit it quickly

Over 360 million records have been said to be leaked, which would make it one of the biggest leaks of passwords ever.

From TheJournal.ie The creator of MySpace now travels the world taking breathtaking photos like this Active Retirement
From TheJournal.ie Why the original social network refuses to die MySpace

Why the original social network refuses to die

It’s like the mid-2000s all over again – but this time it’s all about the music.

From TheJournal.ie The good, the bad and the ugly: Are selfies turning us all into narcissists? No Filter

Loads of people don't know what a selfie is

Don’t want to be all by yourselfie in the clueless camp now, do you?

14 reasons the early 2000s were the golden age of social networking

Add you on MSN! What’s your Bebo username?

From TheJournal.ie These interns made some terrible mistakes Glitterbombs

These interns made some terrible mistakes

From interns who embarrassed their boss to interns who just embarrassed themselves, there have been many entry-level workers who were quickly shown the door.

9 things you never knew before social media

Honestly, we never would have known these things otherwise.

12 social media mishaps we want to bury forever Delete Delete Delete This post contains videos

12 social media mishaps we want to bury forever

We just want to forget these things. Honestly.

From TheJournal.ie Remember MySpace? It's got a new face The Social Network This post contains images

Remember MySpace? It's got a new face

The Justin Timberlake-owned site has a new look as it tries to pull itself out of the doldrums.

From TheJournal.ie Time Machine: Here's how 26 popular websites used to look Flux Capacitor This post contains images

Time Machine: Here's how 26 popular websites used to look

Have you ever seen the very first version of RTE.ie? Or wondered what the name ‘Daft’ came from?

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Do you care if an employer sees your social media pages? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you care if an employer sees your social media pages?

A survey by a leading recruitment firm has found that a quarter of companies check potential employees’ social media presence – would you worry about what they might see on your social media profiles?

From TheJournal.ie Justin Timberlake part of MySpace takeover FutureSex/MySpace

Justin Timberlake part of MySpace takeover

The Social Network star is part of the takeover that is worth a small fraction of what the struggling website was sold for six years ago.

From TheJournal.ie The Daily Fix: Sunday The Daily Fix This post contains images

The Daily Fix: Sunday

In this evening’s fix: DAA board backs down, shock death at Glastonbury, cringey MySpace pages and the only slideshow you’ll ever need to see…swamp soccer!

From TheJournal.ie MySpace founder says he cringes at his own profile page - report Not Winning

MySpace founder says he cringes at his own profile page - report

Chris DeWolfe, one of the men behind the social networking site, has said that people that took it over “didn’t have it in their DNA”.

From TheJournal.ie Who said agriculture was dead? 'Farmville' creator Zynga opens Dublin HQ Jobswatch

Who said agriculture was dead? 'Farmville' creator Zynga opens Dublin HQ

Zynga, the company behind the massively popular Facebook game, will create jobs at new operations in Ireland.

Facebook used as evidence in 20 per cent of US divorces

American lawyers are seeing an increase in the use of social media in divorce proceedings.