Be a MySpace friend to PC Advisor

  simonjary 10:43 15 Feb 2007

We thought we'd place our flag on MySpace. Anyone else signed up for the world's most popular social networking site (after PC Advisor forums, of course!)?

If so, click the link and join our friends.

click here


  Zero G 11:00 15 Feb 2007

And i thought what you were advertising was spam?

  Kate B 11:13 15 Feb 2007

sorry, I'm not a teenager. Also, if you're putting content up on myspace, remember that you're in effect assigning copyright to Murdoch.

  wolfie3000 12:00 15 Feb 2007

Has pcadvisor lost the plot???

Whats next the next issue coming in fake bureberry?

Or how about going the whole hog and signing up to click here

  Z1100 16:51 15 Feb 2007

Am I just naive or has the ed. actually done that?


  Totally-braindead 16:56 15 Feb 2007

No thanks.

  simonjary 17:00 15 Feb 2007

PC Advisor recognises that many UK PC users are networking on sites such as MySpace and signed up a page to see what all the fuss was about.

Nothing sinister, no plots lost, just a page on MySpace extolling the virtues of the magazine and website.


  dommer 17:01 15 Feb 2007

Ermmm, I'm sure it's just a wee bit of fun and won't be forming part of their new publishing model.

  Forum Editor 17:21 15 Feb 2007

Not me.

The page belongs to Simon Jary, our Publishing Director.

  RickyC :-) 17:24 15 Feb 2007

Actually, it belongs to Rupert Murdoch.
*giggles like a teenager*

  Managing ed 17:26 15 Feb 2007

We're getting down with da kids.

Burberry cover, you say...

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