I have all three.
I found Livejournal rather clumsy to use and its audience seemed scattered.
Usenet/newsgroups had many flaws but in the early days when usenet was the only choice at least one had a captive audience for one's ideas
Livejournal took the place of usenet/newsgroups for some but for me it was more of a place for me to list some interests. I never felt the close community feeling in Livejournal that supposedly would be an improvement over usenet.
I have 2 public Bloggers: one devoted mainly to current events with a loose tarot theme and the other shows the rhiannapire side of me.
My Myspace page has elements from the above blogs but is also dedicated to my interest in Flamenco guitar music
The good thing about Myspace is the large pool of people/personalities.
In the beginning when I only had a few "friends" it wasn't that fun but now I have so many it's difficult to give each one personal attention.
Has anyone tried http://twitter.com/?
Last edited by rhianna; April 24th, 2007 at 03:00. Reason: To see if anyone has tried Twitter?
In the list Colin posted, the really valid point for me is#2
The burden on of meaningful communication is on your end, not the millions of other myspace users. Longer explanation to follow.
In all that we are losing
Aren't we just confusing
Youth with beauty?
Truth with duty?
Dam brissy people all over the net
I swear they are trying to take it over :x
I hate to admit it but I have one too http://www.myspace.com/lhgraphics,
my daughter-in-law is really into it and she asked me to get one several month ago so since it was important to her I did. But I really do not have the time to maintain it.