MySpace is working class, Facebook upper-middle class?

Interesting article about how American class divisions are reflected in the usage patterns of Facebook and MySpace.  I still found it very interesting, as it is true that the way we use our tools reflect our societies..

Some traditional media (here, here) have picked up the story, but I'd rather read the whole essay, as I don't like the spin they put to it.

Via Slashdot.

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3 thoughts on “MySpace is working class, Facebook upper-middle class?”

  1. Hm. I wassosure I'd get called a cavewoman in at leastonearticlefor not having a myspace or facebook account, butno. Journalism just isn't what it used to be.

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