@ -40,8 +40,8 @@ interaction you've grown to love, *and* was free to use, *and* was open source,
*and* where your privacy is always under your control?
And what if this social network could scale to encompass the entire
internet, and *not* require a central organisation to provide servers?
(In exchange for peddling your private information behind your back.)
internet, and *not* require a central organisation - whose core business model
is to sell information it can discover about you for profit?
Look no further.
@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ Status.Net and many other sites and social networks *today*.
Welcome to the federated social web. If you choose not to use Friendika
(though we think you'd be foolish not to), you can choose any of 20-30 other
providers of federated social networking software and still be a part of this
providers of federated social communications software and still be a part of this
vast new social network. This is going to be bigger than Facebook.