INQ7 -- May 29 -- After offering users more ways to connect with the launch of its blogging service, MSN Spaces (8.5 million users), Microsoft is now looking at adding more social networking features to its current suite of communication solutions, including MSN Messenger. Adrian Lee, lead for MSN Southeast Asia’s Information Services, said we are witnessing a “generational shift in the way we communicate.” MSN reaches 180 million users on Hotmail and 155 million users on MSN Messenger.
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Mark Brooks: MSN (and Google) on one side and MySpace on the other. Friendster has it's work cut out.