More changes at MySpace: the social network has reportedly canned an ambitious project called RemakingMySpace, which was designed to create a completely new version of the service, with “every piece of legacy stuff thrown out the door”, as TechCrunch puts it. Users, bands and advertisers would be consulted on the new project too. However, it’s apparently been killed, with the team in charge of it leaving the company since the termination of CEO Owen Van Natta. “This was killed out of pure vindictiveness,” says one source. It seems MySpace is now heading for a more traditional redesign, alongside its new ‘Discovery’ strategy (see yesterday’s Bulletin for more on that).