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Stealing MySpace: The Battle to Control the Most Popular Website in… (edition 2009)

by Julia Angwin (Author)

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Title:Stealing MySpace: The Battle to Control the Most Popular Website in America
Authors:Julia Angwin (Author)
Info:Random House (2009), 384 pages
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This is a dense book that probably won't encourage reluctant readers, but would serve an advanced reader well in providing information for research assignments.

This book can be featured in the library as a source for research papers/projects along with other books that cover ethically questionable business practices in the early 2000's.
  MagLuCliff | Apr 15, 2016 |
Written in simple language, Stealing MySpace describes the backgrounds of the MySpace creators, the dot-com boom (and bust), the growth of technology, and the birth of MySpace. Although there is some technical and business-related terminology in Stealing MySpace, readers will comprehend the message. For those of us who use MySpace (and other social networking sites), this is a great insight to the background of how these sites become popular. I recommend this book for anybody who has a MySpace, anybody who wants to learn a little "computer talk" or a bibliophile. ( )
  06nwingert | Jul 10, 2009 |
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In a savvy, smart, fast-paced narrative, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Julia Angwin chronicles the rise of MySpace and sheds light on the dizzying backroom deals that allowed Rupert Murdoch to snatch this Internet powerhouse from Viacom's grasp.

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