Once it was the biggest social network; now it’s a ghost town. But for a handful of hardcore users, Myspace remains essential
Almost every day, Kenneth Scalir takes a trip to the library or a cyber cafe near his home in Sherman Oaks, California, to spend about an hour on his favourite site: Myspace.
Scalir, 48, is one of a dwindling group of people still committed to what was once the most popular social networking platform in the world, with more than 100 million users at its peak. While most people have long abandoned Myspace in favour of Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat, Scalir roams the digital graveyard searching for signs of life.