PCWorld: I know, millions of people still like and use MySpace. But I don’t know a single one of them. Even my now 14-year-old son, who’d be online 24/7 and would surgically attach a laptop screen to his head if we’d let him, started a MySpace account and quickly abandoned it. When he wants to watch video or listen to music, he goes to YouTube and Playlist.com. When he wants to annoy his friends or complain about his parents, he uses Facebook. MySpace has no place in his life. For that, at least, I am grateful.
Turns out your tunes from the 2000s might not be gone forever.
As a result of a server migration project, photos, videos, and audio files you uploaded more than 3 years ago may no longer be available on or from Myspace.