A lot of folks here on the internet are nostalgic for that great social networking behemoth-turned-dinosaur called Myspace.
They miss the personalized layouts.
I miss picking a Myspace layout
— Shy (@alilhunny) August 22, 2016
The background music.
And of course, the Top 8.
I miss the days of Myspace Top 8 like I need to know where I rank in my friends' lives compared to their other friends. Am I at least top 4?
— Oscar Gracey (@oscargracey) August 9, 2016
But one clever man has figured out how to keep his Top 8 alive and well. It’s a lot more labor than the good old days.
Hey, a man’s gotta do what a man’s gotta do. And in this case, that means letting your friends know where they rank.
Where they fall short.
And what the heck they have to do to get their butt back in line.
Well played, friend. And kudos to you for keeping alive a mostly-dead idea, even if it serves only to benefit your need to be chauffeured around.