sneak peek at facebook's competitor

Diaspora is a social network started by four NYU students who were fed up with Facebook's privacy policy, and who quickly earned a vote of approval from the internet community in the tune of $200,000 in funding on Kickstarter.

They're making headway, and have released snapshots of what the product looks like. (Looks a lot like Facebook, actually.)

They've even released their code to the community, so that other developers can improve the product before release to the public.

Think a Facebook killer could never come along? There was a time before Google where people thought no company could ever compete with Yahoo. This will be an interesting one to watch...

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