back to article MySpace shoehorns its way into Facebook with iLike buy

MySpace has gained control of social music technology used on Facebook and other rival sites by acquiring iLike in a deal reported to be valued at $20m. “The iLike acquisition advances our relentless pursuit of innovation and the need to create new distributed social experiences in music and beyond,” said MySpace CEO Owen Van …

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Anonymous Coward

Innovation?

"The iLike acquisition advances our relentless pursuit of innovation and the need to create new distributed social experiences in music and beyond”

er, so by pursuing innovation and creating new experiences, they mean buying someone else's ideas???

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Gates Horns

@AC

er, so by pursuing innovation and creating new experiences, they mean buying someone else's ideas???

Yeah they pursue innovation and the need to create.....

In other words they they find someone both innovative and creative and then shove a lot of money at them. Then once the person accepts the cash, the scum sucking parasites stamp their faecal logo all over it and claim it was all their idea in the first place and the original creator is forgotten.

Sound familiar to anyone???

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Old Rupe's a rube

It's all going to end in tears!

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