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Facebook vs MySpace 22 January 2009

The blogosphere's love affair with Facebook-MySpace traffic wars just won't stop.

On Thursday, TechCrunch posted new statistics from ComScore that show Facebook now pulling in nearly twice as many unique visitors worldwide as its News Corp.-owned competitor.

About 222 million people visited Facebook worldwide in December (keep in mind that the social network pegs its active user count somewhere just north of 150 million these days) versus 125 million people for MySpace.

Last Updated ( 19 February 2009 ) Written by: Simone Baldassarri
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Top 25 Celebrities on Twitter 07 January 2009

If you haven't quite caught on to the Twitter craze, now's the time to. It's a cool new way to keep track of news, your friends, and even your favorite celebrities. And speaking of celebrities, here's a list of the top 25 celebrities to stalk on Twitter courtesy of MSN's new gossip website, Wonderwall.

The celebrities that rank highly are often more prolific writers than others, and have something interesting to say (although if you read Britney Spears' entries, you’ll find that this isn’t always the case.)

Last Updated ( 19 February 2009 ) Written by: Simone Baldassarri
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