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Windows Live Spaces

An earlier social networking site from Microsoft that enabled users to share personal information and photos, and write a blog. Originally MSN Spaces in 2004 and renamed in 2006, Windows Live Spaces also included an event planner for inviting guests. Windows Live Writer was a desktop word processing application that published directly to Windows Live Spaces, SharePoint and other blog services. In 2011, the Spaces service was eliminated. See Windows Live.
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For example, now one can choose to go from reading the Qu'ran, watching TV or attending Ramadan tents all night, to visiting or contacting people by (social networking sites) Facebook, MSN Spaces or by phone.
However, it's not just chatting and insider gossip that has captured our imagination, according to the Blogging Britain Report from blog hosting service MSN Spaces, which is home to three million British-registered blogs.
"Blogging has taken Britain by storm and allowed a nation to express itself in a hugely interactive way," says Cris-tiano Ventura, MSN Messenger product manager at MSN Spaces.
And 59 per cent of bloggers opt to make their writing publicly available, a study by social networking site MSN Spaces showed.
And more than half of those who choose to write a blog - an on-line journal with entries updated frequently - opt to make it available in the form of a public diary, research by social networking site MSN Spaces showed.
Windows Live Contacts ensures contacts are kept up to date and automatically updated, with contacts integrated and accessible across Windows Live Messenger, Windows Live Mail and MSN spaces. Windows Live Messenger offers video conversation, enabling users with webcams and broadband Internet connections to talk to friends in full screen video, through their computers.
Microsoft shut down the blog of Chinese journalist Zhao Jing hosted on MSN Spaces, The Wall Street Journal reported Jan.
MSN Spaces: MSN's site where you can create your own blog.
MSN launched its new free blogging tool, MSN Spaces, which is pitted against Google's Blogger and AOL's Journals.
More than half of those who choose to write a blog - an online journal with entries updated frequently - opt to make it available in the form of a public diary, research by social networking site MSN Spaces showed.
The survey was commissioned by the Noise arts and media festival in association with MSN Spaces.
According to the companies, the service, launched this week, will see 3 deliver 'SeeMeTV', a mobile TV channel, which shows and pays for customer-created content, to MSN Spaces through a joint brand promotion.