Facebook to cut through the clutter with site redesign

05/14/2008 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Facebook in the coming weeks will unveil a streamlined version of its site, which likely will redistribute various features and independent applications now crowded into each user's personal page into separate pages to be clicked through via tabs. "People are starting to feel that Facebook is quickly becoming like MySpace," said Adam Ostrow, editor in chief of Mashable.com, in a reference to the often crowded look of MySpace user pages.

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