Kara Visits MySpace Party in San Francisco!
At the end of the night of the first day of the Web 2.0 Summit, MySpace threw a party at San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art, where the No. 1 social-networking site showed off its Beverly Hills style and planted a flag (in the form of a new office about to open in the city soon) to counter Facebook’s much-hyped popularity with Silicon Valley types.
It was quite a fancy shindig, with more Web kingpins than you can shake a third-party app at, including YouTube Co-Founder Chad Hurley, News Corp. head Rupert Murdoch (owner of MySpace), VC Ron Conway and, of course, a clutch of Facebook execs (who are deep in negotiations over new funding and deals, but managed to travel an hour north for a free drink).
Here’s the video: