MySpace is a very popular Web site with teenagers and college-age people. Members can create a homepage featuring photos of themselves and their friends, journal entries, graphics, music clips and more. They can link to other MySpace pages and send messages back and forth.
MySpace has developed into a huge Web-based community.
Recent visitors to Valley Mall in Halfway talked about their experiences on MySpace.
Nicole Walker, 20, who attends West Virginia University, has a MySpace page and checks out other pages. She likes seeing people's photos of themselves. One of the funniest photos, she said, is a shot of "Milk Boy - a guy that has milk all over him."
J.D. Rid, 21, of Hagerstown, said he keeps in touch with friends through his MySpace page. He said he has heard about potential dangers of MySpace - people sending threatening messages or stalking other MySpace members - but he's not worried.