Friendster was the first social network to support both the OpenSocial and the Facebook Platform. In December 2009, Friendster relaunched its website with a new interface. Patents. Friendster held some fundamental online social networking patents: A system, method and apparatus for connecting users in an online computer
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Started in 2002 by U.S. businessman Jonathan Abrams, Friendster.com was designed as a place to connect with friends, family, colleagues and new friends over the Internet. But it went beyond just a one-way communication like Evite, which connects the social lives of people who already know each other.
Friendster is (or rather was) a social networking website that allowed you to create user profiles and connect with (as the name suggests) your friends, family, and colleagues. Much like Facebook these days, users were able to make new connections by adding them to their list of friends.
Friendster was once the hottest thing in social networking. Google wanted to buy it for $30 million back in 2003, but – burdened by technical glitches and a more nimble competitor in Facebook ...
Friendster was founded by Canadian programmer, Jonathan Abrams, in 2002, before Myspace and Facebook were around. It had hit 3 million users within a few months of launch. In 2003 it refused a US$30m acquisition offer from Google. Ouch. By 2008 it had 115 million users, mostly in Asia, and had raised US$50m in funding.