History of Media

Tomas Anderson was born on November 8th 1970.  Tom worked as a product tester at XDrive while attending film school.  In 2001 XDrive went bankrupted so he and Chris DeWolf founded their own company Response Base.  In 2002 they sold Response Base to eUnivers.  Tom, DeWolf and some fellow eUnivers employees created the first pages for a new social networking website called MySpace.

 

Tom was the first person to join MySpace.

MySpace quickly became popular among the young people and so the corporations followed suet.  Soon the site became overrun with advertisements and spyware, slowing down the website considerably.  Eventually MySpace fell out of favor and everyone switched to Facebook.

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