At the Web 2.0 Summit yesterday MySpace’s Chris DeWolfe and Newscorp’s Rupert Murdoch unveiled some of their plans for opening-up MySpace. They’ll be doing this in stages over the next few months:
In the dinner conversation with John Battelle, Rupert Murdoch wryly reminded the audience that despite the current news around Facebook that: “[Facebook] is very different from us. More of a utility. We are different, and despite all the hype, we seem to be growing faster.” More at TechCrunch and O’Reilly Radar.