With Myspace going at a fire sale price of $35 million, you can bet there is a lot of reaction online. Sean Percival (@percival), Myspace’s now-outgoing VP of Marketing, posted this candid Tweet:
Michael Jones, the CEO of Myspace, tried to put a positive spin on things with this Tweet:
Then there’s this observation from CNBC Sports Biz host Darren Rovell:
(As a Red Sox fan, it pains me to point out that A-Rod is probably having a better year.).