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Tuesday, October 25

.:: Flock - a social browser

I think today I'm gonna try out Flock, the new browser that integrates social software.

Flock is actually being developed and its interface is still very similar to Firefox's interface (and actually its code is also based on Firefox's one). Though it is possible to do some things that are not possible with other browsers, such as sharing bookmarks and photos through del.icio.us and Yahoo! and having an RSS integration included in the browser. Looks like the blog manager is the main innovation: a tool which lets you create an HTML page and publish it directely in your blog, integrating platforms such as WordPress, Movable Type, Typepad and Blogger - it's a WYSIWYG editor and it supports a drag and drop feature. Contents can be copied from other pages or from Shelf, a sort of clipboard which lets you save texts or images taken from other websites.

Looks like it is a very interesting thing, though it has been criticised for being just an unuseful copy of something which could be easily integrated in Modzilla. But, you know, I'd like to try it out and see how far it can get.


At 1:58 PM, Blogger Magullo said...

I've been using it for the last few days, i must admit it has some nice features; blogging is the best of them.
Dunno if it's going to replace my Safari, but it's cool; most of all, I like the fact that it's available for all paltforms.

At 8:13 PM, Anonymous noframes said...

aò. ttò linkata pure attè. che spero nun te dispiaccia. annàmo và.
ie pòssino.

At 9:34 PM, Anonymous roquentin said...

interessante notizia (ma hai anche un blog in italiano oppure no?)


At 9:58 AM, Blogger QueenMab said...

grazie per i vostri commenti ragazzi qui su! (e noframes grazie per avermi linkata :)).

Ivan: in effetti ce l'ho ma è under construction...metto il link qui e su flickr appena è presentabile,ok?..grazie per l'interessamento!


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