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Although the Mona Lisa has been installed at the Louvre since 1804 (except for the two years it went missing), let’s even the playing field and limit views between this year and 2003, the year Myspace was founded.
Accounting for shifts in museum attendance, I’ll drop the count of annual Louvre guests to 8 million — multiplied by 14 years, that’s 112,000,000 views.
When you open the site, you will have the option to view "Live" or select a specific time by choosing Month, Day or Hour.
Maybe this is a result of Myspace’s social media monopoly in the early 2000s, but it’s also indicative of the weight profile pictures had at the time.
And his face, well, his face is slightly pixelated. You’re thinking of a photo — one particular photo, which is the same photo I’m thinking of, which is the same photo that everybody thinks of when they hear “Myspace Tom.” This is because Tom Anderson might have the most consistent, recognizable profile picture of anyone on the internet. Since founding the site in 2003, Tom was the first person to appear on every user’s friends list, guaranteeing that somebody would appear in your Top 8.
A man, 20-something, with short hair, looking over the shoulder of his white T-shirt.
Unlike modern Facebook, early Myspace didn’t offer a news feed or the option to share photo albums with friends. Internet connections were unpredictable, most laptops didn’t have built-in web cams, and underpowered “camera phones” barely captured fuzzy interpretations of one’s face.
Your profile picture was the most prominent representation of who you were.