MySpace lets developers get stuck in
MySpace has announced plans to follow Facebook’s lead in opening up to third-party developers. That means people other than MySpace’s own techies will be able to develop applications and services that sit on the site. Since Facebook took the same approach earlier this year hundreds of apps have become available to its users, and there are now more glorious ways to avoid work on a Friday than ever before.
Coders the world over rejoiced at the news, knowing that the five hours a day they’re already spending on MySpace can now be called “work”…
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