I used to love Myspace back when, as a non-developer, I thought it was cool to populate my profile with music, images and other bells and whistles. I'd "pimp" (read: personalize) my friends' profiles for them and I loved reconnecting with long lost everybody. Then, two things happened:
1) I went to law school and discovered Facebook via the recent college grads in my class, and
2) Myspace developed an embarrassing addiction to porn, with which it chose to spam me daily.
Not all relationships are meant to last forever, and I ended mine with Myspace this year when I simply couldn't take it any more ("OMG my high school English teacher sent me a message! Nope, just more porn.")
Now, I get that musicians still use Myspace for its band pages function. My cousin Zak Freedman's band, Halos, uses it to showcase their amazing music (not biased at all). But, as a social network, Myspace is out. (You're either in, or you're out--right, Heidi Klume?)
That's why I'm a tad alarmed about news that Facebook and Myspace may partner to share information. Listen, Facebook, if you want to access Myspace's music profiles, that's one thing; but if you're planning on exchanging my user info with that porn-loving party crasher, you may be on the outs with me, as well.