"Facebook addressed this problem by giving MySpace users who switched to Facebook a bridge between the two services. Simply give this tool your MySpace login and password, and it would use a bot to login to your MySpace account, scrape all the waiting messages in your queues and inbox, and push them into your Facebook feed. You could reply to these, and the bot would log back into MySpace and post those replies as you."
A wild moment in time in Facebook history and total platform lock-in makes this idea of mixing data between services unimaginable today. Happy to see we’re starting to leave these walled gardens and imagining new ways of being online.