Facebook For Latinos Quepasa Buys myYearbook For $100 Million In Cash And Stock

<a href="">Quepasa,</a> the Facebook for Latinos has <a href="

Q&A With Geoff Cook: How We Solved The Chatroulette Porn Problem

<img src='' /> <em> At the end of last year, social networking site <a href="">myYear

myYearbook Bets Big On Android With Acquisitions Of Five Apps, FlockEngine

<img src="" class="shot2" /> Social networking company <a href="">myYearbook</a> this morning <a href="http://ww

MyYearbook Introduces Realtime Social Gaming With Video Chat

<img src=""> In general, the key driver of social networking so far is games on Facebook. But most of those games aren't social in

Outside the Echo Chamber: Growing A Startup In New Hope, PA

<img src='' />This guest post is written by <a href="">Geoff Cook</a>, cofounder and CEO o

myYearbook's Chatter Driving 1 Million Updates A Day, 1 Billion Page Views A Month

<a href=""><img class="shot2" src="" alt="" /></a>Many people have never heard of <a href="http://www.myyearb

MyYearbook Rolls Out Its Crowdsourced Redesign

<a href=""><img src="" width="215" height="56" /></a>This week, social networking site <a href="http:/

myYearbook Finds Profitability In Hyper-Competitive Social Networking World

<img src="" width="215" height="158" />At best people consider <a href="">myYearbook</a> an afterthought

I Wish More People Bcc'd Us On Their Confidential Acquisition Emails

<img src="" width="203" height="45" />Yesterday <a href="">myYearbook</a> CEO <a href="htt

Meebo Brings Real-Time Chat To myYearbook

<a href=""><img src="" width="174" height="73" /></a> <a href="">Meebo</a>'s Commun

Teen Social Network myYearbook Gets $13 Million

myYearbook, a social network for teenagers that launched in 2005, has raised $13 million in a Series B funding round led by Norwest Venture Partners, US Venture Partners, and First Round Capital. The

MyYearBook Gunning For Facebook Market

MyYearBook, founded in 2005, just announced a $4.1 million round venture financing led by U.S. Venture Partners and First Round Capital. The site has a look and feel suspiciously similar to Facebook (