Today, Senator John McCain announced that he likee-likee the lesbians. As part of his bid for the White House, McCain got himself a MySpace page. However, the staffer who built it used the template created by ">Mike Davidson without…
Poor The Turkish Guy. Mahir Cagri was once the biggest web sleb in the world, thanks to his infamous ‘I Kiss You!’ website, and numerous parodies. Now, however, his star has fallen, and he’s only made it to number 33 in a Greatest Internet Superstars chart produced for VH1’s Web Junk show.
Not heard of Tila Tequila yet? She’s one of the rising stars on MySpace, with over 1.7 million friends – a following that helped her land a record deal. Yet she’s not exactly chuffed with MySpace at the moment, after the site asked her to take down a widget she’d uploaded to her profile to sell tunes.
You don’t have to be based in Silicon Valley to rake in millions of venture capital funding for your whizzy Web 2.0 idea, but it helps. Nevertheless, there’s a thriving bunch of Web 2.0 startups here in the UK too, even if they don’t fall into an easily classifiable scene or movement.