I’ve been anxiously awaiting the arrival of Diaspora since May 2010. Why, you ask? Because Diaspora is being developed by students at NYU and is promising to be a more secure and privacy-focused approach to social networking. Offering more granular control and a streamlined interface, Diaspora has been promoted throughout the tech blogosphere as being a great idea that could be a game-changing idea. So does it live up to the hype? I got my alpha invitation last night and have been putting the site through its paces.
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