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* Friendika *
Distributed Social Network
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private message to your aunt Mary, we will encrypt it with military grade
Other distributed social network projects talk about privacy and offering
a feature-rich social networking alternative, but all they can deliver is
vapour and vague promises. Things like "Private mail will be in the next
Friendika delivers. We've got an incredibly rich social communications
interface you can make use of *right now*.
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Start with richer communications. Adorn your text, colour it. We've got a
text counter in case you're sending across to one of the primitive social
networks, but we don't think you should have to squeeze your communications
into some arbitrary limit. Free yourself from thinking how to squeeze your
message into 140 or 420 characters, or sending messages in some strange
short-hand code. Edit your text after you send it. It's OK.
A single instance of Friendika can easily support hundreds of (and up to
several thousand) people using commodity hosting hardware. You could even run
Friendika on an old PC in your closet or garage. Each of these people are able