Whose Space Is It anyway? ONE MONTH EXCLUSIVE
Whose Space Is It anyway? ONE MONTH EXCLUSIVE

Whose Space Is It anyway? ONE MONTH EXCLUSIVE

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Through interviews with bands, music industry professionals, and a host of weird and wonderful characters whose lives have been changed forever by sites such as bebo, faceparty, myspace and other social networks. The history and social impact of this unique phenomenon is told for the first time by author Joe Shooman in a suitably irreverent style with some equally entertaining illustrations by Alexandra Jackson. This is not a book for computer geeks or tech-heads, but an immensely readable and entertaining insight into the real people and bewildering stories caught up in the story of these revolutionary web sites.

Sites such as bebo, myspace.com, faceparty and facebook have become the most powerful social force since the formation of the Internet itself. Since their launch, these easy-to-use interfaces have allowed users to upload and share music, videos, online diaries and search for users with similar interests in a way that has revolutionised not only the Internet, but an entire generation's social lives. Bloggers have found love, unwise liaisons have been discovered and careers have been launched

Also in exciting news, 'Independent Music Press' have teamed up with Loserkids UK in the build up to the release of this book on 1st March 2007. Loserkids UK will be selling the book in a special 1 month exclusive prior to its official launch on 1st March 2007. Available NOW

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Lily Allen...Arctic Monkeys...Sandi Thom...blah blah blah. A book featuring the same points that have been made 10,000 times by journalists in the past 12 months.

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fair enough, i ordered it yestoday afternoon and got mine thismorning with a free atticus tshirt ]http//ww…jpg

the writer has as a music PR, independent record manager, band manager, sound engerneer and live preformer and his writings been featured in magazines such as metal hammer, music mart, record collector, plan b magazine, mixmag and the fly, so fat its been quite good, some funny things, funny illustrations and written in a silly way but still gives off a serious understanding of the topic
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