MySpace Finally Makes a Facebook Page

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    TK

    The once-dominant social network MySpace is revamping its home page. It's looking a little more like its more popular and populous rival, Facebook, even as it attempts to set itself apart.

          In simplifying its user home page, MySpace is making users' stream wider and more prominent. The stream is the flow of status updates and shared content, much like the news feed that is front and center in Facebook.
         
    The redesign is part of a broader overhaul of MySpace, as the site works to stay relevant to its current audience and draw in new users, including those who haven't visited in years.
         
    Facebook in just a couple of years dethroned MySpace as an Internet favorite. MySpace is focusing on attracting younger users and helping them discover new things.