Remember MySpace Founder Tom Who Sold It For $580 Million? Here’s What He’s Doing Now


Ever wondered what the guy who co-founded MySpace is doing since he sold it for a whopping $580 million back in 2005? He does what anybody would do if they had so much money to burn. He travels. A lot. And as you can see from his stunning photographs, he certainly seems to be enjoying his retirement.

Having picked up a passion for photography back in 2011, MySpace Tom (real name Tom Anderson) now roams the planet in search of the perfect photograph. Whether he’s hanging out in Hong Kong Harbour, exploring the ancient city of Bagan in Myanmar, gazing in awe at the northern lights in Iceland, or standing in the shadow of Hawaii’s Oahu mountains, Tom’s globe-trotting escapades make our feet itch to ditch the office, grab our cameras, and hit the road for a life of adventure. Have you been to any of the places in the pictures below? Let us know in the comments, and don’t forget to vote for your favorite.

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Remember Tom Anderson, AKA MySpace Tom?

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He co-founded MySpace before selling the company in 2005 for a whopping $580 million

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Now he travels the world taking beautiful pictures after discovering a passion for photography back in 2011

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Image credits: Trey Ratcliff

Check out his incredible skills below

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Image credits: Dallas Nagata White

#1 Guilin, China

Guilin, China

#2 Japan

Japan

#3 Uyuni, Bolivia

Uyuni, Bolivia

#4 Bagan, Burma

Bagan, Burma

#5 Manila, Philippines

Manila, Philippines

#6 The Lavafall From The Big Island Of Hawaii

The Lavafall From The Big Island Of Hawaii

#7 China

China

#8 Oahu, Hawaii

Oahu, Hawaii

#9 Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park

#10 Hawaii

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