The new MySpace looks pretty good, Evan Applegate writes. With a snazzy new design, some deep-pocketed investors and the backing of Justin Timberlake, MySpace has a shot at re-emerging as a viable social platform, Applegate writes. "Now the reborn, a-little-bit-Pinterest/a-little-bit-Last.fm Myspace needs to harvest that most elusive of Internet resources: bodies," he writes.

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