The Digg mob points us to an article over on Star-Telegram that wonders what will happen when the kids get a bit bored of MySpace and move on to the next cool thing:

The Digg mob points us to an article over on Star-Telegram that wonders what will happen when the kids get a bit bored of MySpace and move on to the next cool thing:

The 18-year-old gave the networking site a try a few months ago. She was disappointed by what seemed like less of a social network and more of a popularity contest.

“It got too fake,” Stoker said. “You have all these people saying they want to be your friend. It's just a waste of time.”

The idea of the enormously popular MySpace falling out of favor among teens might seem unlikely. It's the third most-visited Web site in the country after Yahoo and Google, according to the Web traffic firm Alexa.

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