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So MySpace and Facebook are officially talking about sharing music content through a Facebook Connect integration, according to a story published in The Telegraph this week. The two companies’ paths are diverging — MySpace has reoriented itself around a content strategy, relinquishing its broader ambitions, while Mark Zuckerberg has said that he has always seen Facebook as a technology company first and foremost.

MySpace CEO Owen Van Natta told the Telegraph:

“Facebook is about core communications with your friendship network, whereas MySpace is about congregating around popular content with people who share your interests.”

So they’re talking, but the conversation between the one-time rivals probably looks nothing like this version between Zuck, MySpace co-founder Tom Anderson and good old Rupert Murdoch:

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