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What Owning Your Personal Cloud Means for the Open Source Movement

Sandstorm.io is a radically easier way to run personal instances of web apps. It allows you to have your own personal server and install apps to it through an app store interface as easily as you would install apps on a phone. Here at Sandstorm, we talk a lot about the need for privacy, security, and control of your cloud data. Let me let you in on a secret: these aren't the reasons for Sandstorm, our personal cloud platform (currently accepting funding on Indiegogo.) They are pleasant side effects.


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