Some of my co-workers have done it but I have been very hesitant. Should I keep or get rid of my MySpace page. I put it up hoping to follow the trend of so many people having one but with all the recent news about the website provider I have all but abandoned mine. I’m not quite sure if I could generate news stories off of MySpace like I can here at The Insite…Do you think I should keep it because I haven’t put much work into it at all. You be the judge for The Insite…

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  1. Allison July 16, 2006 3:59 pm 

    I think you should keep it. As a journalist, having an account to look at other people’s accounts probably comes in handy. Don’t worry about keeping up with it though.

    By the way, I am Allison Marek, a communications/broadcast journalism student at UH. I did some shadowing/interning at KHOU recently, and I learned about your blog there. Good info! Thanks!

  2. Anonymous July 16, 2006 7:53 pm 

    Ike, Rupert Murdoch owns Fox26 and MySpace.com. Gee Ike, should you support the hand that feeds you?

  3. Anonymous July 16, 2006 8:56 pm 

    Keep it, I’m sure it will be a major part of your new fox 26 website.

  4. Anonymous July 16, 2006 9:18 pm 

    i read or heard somewhere that anyonen over 30…SHOULD NOT have a myspace.com space.
    I assume…you are a man of wisdom and age?

  5. Anonymous July 16, 2006 9:46 pm 

    A adult should be able to make decisions for him/herself……..

  6. Serena July 16, 2006 9:55 pm 

    Keep the MySpace for fun stuff, or for finding long-lost friends or coworkers. Nothing serious will ever come from your MySpace page since the median age of most folks there is like 16.

    I think you have much better visibility with your blog.

  7. Triple G. July 20, 2006 8:02 am 

    Hey Insite, I just put in a request for you to add me so don’t shut it down. Listen whoever says that anyone older than 30 doesn’t belong on myspace.com is wrong…..anyone younger than 18 years old don’t belong. There are networking sites that are intended with them in mind. Don’t believe the hype. As long as you don’t actively seek out younger teenagers (which I know you don’t), there’s no problem. Keep up the great work.

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