Tech 10: Hot Open Source Apps For 2013


Diaspora

Companies large and small have come to understand the value of social networking, but few have come to master it, and we'd venture that fewer still wish to cede control of their assets to the likes of Mark Zuckerberg. That's where the Diaspora Project comes in. From the Greek meaning to migrate or move away, Diaspora has matured much since its founding in late 2010 and continues to attract communities yearning to be free of the shackles of restrictive user policies and shifting security holes. Even better than being open, Diaspora maintains ties with Facebook, Twitter and other social sites until those users are converted.



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