Let’s hope that Fox Interactive Media don’t see this – Technorati tags myspace blogs
[tag]Technorati[/tag] has started tagging myspace blogs, reports Steve Rubel but following the recent “cull” of myspace content to suit big-paying advertisers, just how realistic and accurate…let alone FAIR are the results going to be?
In the era of freedom of speech, is ANYTHING controversial, interesting or remotely non-PC going to see the light of day on Technorati if it isn’t going to bve seen on myspace itself?
Maybe someone should start an ex-myspace community for homeless profiles before myspace (a home for friends) becomes myspace – a home for brands?
Blgging ain’t blogging if you can’t have your say.