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MySpace Launches Minisode Network

FantasyIsland.jpgOffice workers rejoice! MySpace just launched the Minisode Network, a site that shrinks down episodes of classic TV shows into a few minutes -- perfect for the workday watcher.

"Classic" shows include "V.I.P.," "Who's the Boss," "Charlie's Angels," "The Facts of Life," and others.

There's not enough content to get you through the workweek -- or maybe even an entire day, unless you're willing to sit through all of the available episodes of "Sheena." However, there's supposed to be about 500 minisodes available for viewing by the end of this year, says Pop Candy.

They might be worth adding to your friends list; new episodes are being added every week. -- Rachel Cericola

Posted by Rachel Cericola on June 24, 2007 11:54 PM
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I think the minisode network is disgusting and a disgrace. This can only foster the notion that cutting up our culture into little tiny bits is good for our culture. The internet's idea that a Reader's Digest Condensed Book version of a TV Show is a good idea. I'll watch complete shows thank you very much!

-- Posted by: threerandot at June 26, 2007 9:15 PM

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