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Selling music on MySpace worked out so well for the now-downsized Snocap. Now, is giving it a go, helping sell music merchandise through MySpace. It's the kind of original business plan you have to expect from a company's whose slogan is "infinite one-of-a-kindness."

According to reports, Zazzle and MySpace reached an agreement to allow MySpace bands to sell customized T-shirts for $15 to $20. Some day, MySpace might open a platform for third-party developers and let them make money independently as promised, but not today. For now, companies like Zazzle have to nuzzle up to MySpace and ask nicely. Nicely, we imagine, involves forking over some dough.