MySpace founders Tom Anderson
, 32, and Chris De Wolfe
, 41, left, might have more friends than anyone on the planet.
Their social networking Web site is changing the way millions of people communicate, with users in more than 23 countries. It all started when Anderson sensed that Friendster, a Web site that peaked in popularity during the '90s, could be updated and improved upon if members were allowed to promote themselves. His instincts paid off, and MySpace realized exponential growth. (Donna Svennevik/ABC)