Friendster Founder says ‘It Just Didn’t Work’

“They opened it up to minors, which hadn’t even occurred to me for the legal and safety reasons,” Abrams said. Regardless, “the real reason that Friendster got supplanted by MySpace in the U.S. was that MySpace’s website just worked and Friendster’s didn’t.” Friendster Founder, Jonathan Abrams

Source: LA Times, July 23, 2009

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