Who's afraid of Chris DeWolfe?
The Guardian plays jekyll and hyde today, publishing a nice puff piece interview with the co-founder of MySpace today and a page 2 slam of the dangers of social networks.
The DeWolfe interview (The man who put teenagers' lives online) was done as part of DeWolfe's "whistlestop tour to gauge the progress of MySpace's first international office."
As the title suggests, the other article ("Teenage networking websites face anti-paedophile investigation") does not paint quite so rosey a picture.
Both are worth a read.
Funny, isn't it, that the Guardian chose to publish a screenshot of the bebo homepage for the second article.
Technorati Tags: social.networks, bebo, myspace
Monday, July 03, 2006