On March 7, 2013 Facebook made a live announcement around the Facebook News Feed and Graph Search. Download the full video here [1 GB, 45 minute length, sorry too long and big for Vimeo and YouTube!].
Still, I think there is no way as close as cool as the one from Matt & Kim. The whole track is available here:
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On December 4, 2012 I received an invite to join the new Myspace.com. Here are some screenshots from the new Myspace.com.
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