Elon Musk recently asked the question of whether or not to resign in a new Twitter poll. Naturally, the post received thousands of responses, and Tom Anderson’s response to Elon Musk’s tweet on Myspace was adored by fans.
The CEO of Twitter stated that he would follow the poll’s findings and that, if he keeps his word (which many doubt), he will quit. The final results showed that 57.5% of respondents thought he should resign, therefore the Twitter-sphere is eagerly awaiting the next move.
Elon tweeted in response to the poll, “As the adage goes, be careful what you wish for, as you just could get it.” Well, Tom would rule Twitter if former Myspace users got their wish.
Myspace Tom has a hilarious response for Elon
Tom Anderson, a co-founder of Myspace, responded to Elon’s poll about leaving the company by saying, “Depends who you get to run it!” Finished with a contemplating emoji.
a term used frequently to describe “everyone’s first friend” The users of the social networking site Myspace will recall Tom’s profile being at the top of everyone’s friends’ list because he co-founded it in 2003.
Tom remained president of the website until 2009 after selling it to News Corp in 2005.
According to Forbes, Facebook surpassed Myspace in terms of the number of unique visitors from all over the world in 2008 and the number of unique visitors from the US in May 2009.
Will Tom become the new CEO of Twitter? Fans of Myspace can only dream.
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Where are Myspace and Tom now?
Tom appears to be a travel photographer who shares images from all around the world on his Instagram and Twitter pages.
He writes in his Instagram bio, “Former 1st pal! Surfing, photography, architecture, DogDadSpaceX, and CRISPR InvestrLife Extension are among my interests.
He is also described in his Twitter description as “Enjoying the good life.”
Myspace is still around, although the website doesn’t appear the same as it once did. It is now more of a music and entertainment website rather than the social networking site that we all once recognized it as.
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Fans want Tom and Myspace back
Fans were nostalgic after Tom’s’return’ to Twitter, and many of them want him and his platform back. At the time of writing, his reaction to Elon had gotten more than 5000 replies and 3000 quote tweets.
“Tom, just bring back Myspace and operate it like the good old days,” one admirer replied. I’ll literally be back. On God.”
“Tom!” exclaimed another. I miss you and the original MySpace, man. Another Twitter user wrote, “We’ve all been waiting for this comeback since 2008.” Others support Tom’s appointment as Twitter’s CEO: I say, “Let’s go, Tom!”