Post by Maressa Brown If you've never heard of the Diaspora social network, there's a good chance you will now. It sounds like it was meant to be the idealistic "hacker's" version of Facebook... one where users have much more control over their privacy and the information they're sharing through the "open-source" network. Four kids at NYU dreamed it up (much like the few guys at Harvard, one of those being Mark Zuckerberg, almost 10 years ago), but today news broke that 22-year-old co-founder Ilya Zhitomirskiy has died.
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