Friendster’s Doomsday 31 May – Who Killed Friendster?


I joined Friendster August 2006 and I’m quite sad to see the once prominent Social Network coming to an End tomorrow May 31st 2011.

Friendster - Homepage
Friendster - Homepage

According to their website:

Friendster, a pioneer and leading global online social network, is focused on helping people stay in touch with friends and discover new people and things that are important to them. Friendster is one of the best sites that allow people to meaningfully participate with others in exciting and fun ways. Friendster prides itself in delivering an easy-to-use, friendly and interactive environment where users can easily connect with anyone around the world via http://www.friendster.com or m.friendster.com from any Internet-ready mobile device.

Friendster was acquired in December 2009 by MOL Global, the parent company of Asia’s leading online payment solutions provider MOL AccessPortal Berhad. Friendster and MOL have been combined to create Asia’s largest end-to-end content, distribution and commerce network, pairing MOL’s offline retail channel partners and payment platform with Friendster’s large online footprint, social network and user community in Asia.

I leave you with some photo memories of the once Giant Social Networking destination.

Friendster - Home
Friendster - Home
Friendster - Profile
Friendster - Profile
Friendster - Profile Info
Friendster - Profile Info
Friendster - Profile Comments
Friendster - Profile Comments
A Friendster friend comments on the end of Friendster
A Friendster friend comments on the end of Friendster
Friendster - My Friends
Friendster - My Friends
Friendster Games Portal
Friendster Games Portal
Friendster Popular Games
Friendster Popular Games
Friendster - Messages
Friendster - Messages
Friendster - Groups
Friendster - Groups
Friendster - Forums
Friendster - Forums
Friendster - My Wallet
Friendster - My Wallet
Friendster - Blogs
Friendster - Blogs
Friendster meets GADEL blog
Friendster meets GADEL blog
Friendster - Logout
Friendster - Logout

I know I’m not the only one who’s going to miss Friendster – The Social Network once called Friendster.

2 comments

  1. Friendster was a legacy once, it just disappeared in the shades of darkness, but very natural as times change things keep on changing and now twitter and facebook has taken the charge.

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