Some have gone missing though – never talked about online or off.
I think it’s about time someone took a look at those early social sites, to see what has happened to them.
In 2009 though, possibly due to Facebook’s growth, the company switched direction and focused on becoming a social gaming platform.
It then took another change in direction to that of a dating site, with meeting new users and rating their pictures becoming key focuses.
Who knows, in 10 years’ time, some of the most popular social platforms at the moment could find themselves in a similar blog.
Kismia is actually the one and only dating website I’ve ever used.
Although this wasn’t received well, and with a big drop in active users, the platform still retains an active community today.
Hi5 Frequently reported as being one of the world’s top social networks between 2006-2008, Hi5 offered simple functionality which proved extremely popular.
This was reported in the national press, with Faceparty deciding to delete all user profiles over the age of 35.
In an interview with GQ, American actress and comedian Tiffany Haddish has disclosed the full and insane story of meeting Beyoncé for the first time at a party where another woman ''was just doing the mostest'' and ended up biting Beyoncé on her face.
@beyonce was telling me that my wig was slipping.... #SHEREADY #thelastblackunicorn #beyonce A post shared by Tiffany Haddish (@tiffanyhaddish) on Dec 22, 2017 at am PST A While back Tiffany Haddish let slip that Beyoncé was extremely hostile toward an unnamed actress who was flirting with JAY Z and putting her hand on his chest.
It turns out, that isn't the tip of the iceberg of what this woman got up to that evening.
She has now told the tale in its entirety and says that after being bitten, she briefly escaped to a back room but soon returned to the bash. Who was the person that dared lay a finger on Queen Bey, let alone chomp down on her ACTUAL FACE?!