(BBC) - Ailing social network MySpace has announced its fourth major redesign as it seeks to regain relevance in the face of falling numbers.
The site, now part-owned by Justin Timberlake, aims to focus more on music and offer deeper integration with Facebook and Twitter.
A message on the website announced the redesign: "We're hard at work building the new MySpace, entirely from scratch."
"But we're staying true to our roots in one important way - empowering people to express themselves however they want," the message continued.
It called on fans to join "our brand new community" and offered a sneak preview of the resdesign.
Those interested in joining were asked to leave an email contact and "expect an invite soon"... Source/Origin >> Read More