In this article, it shows that different social networking sites appeal to different teens primarily due to the ability to personalize it. For those that enjoyed that Facebook, it was mainly due to the "clean" and simplistic design. Making every profile similar, that only shows a difference on the information and pictures the owner has allowed to show to other users. While those who enjoyed MySpace enjoyed it because of the massive options to make it seem more personal and allows a person to express themselves. Able to change the font, color, add music, and a plethora of other options. Yet the odd thing this article does is that it insinuates that only people from urban settings enjoy the flair of MySpace do to hip hop music. That it essentially goes hand in hand with the extravagant lifestyle that is depicted in rap music. This seemed like a completely off topic point that discredits the author.