Open messaging for the Open Web: Installing and configuring Mozilla Raindrop onNov 19, 2009, 21:03 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Gary Richmond)
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"Yes, I know. The web in awash with standalone desktop clients for tweeting, denting, YouTubing and e-mail. Many of them are bulging with rich feature sets but they all require to be launched separately and consume memory and processor cycles. If you visit websites like Twitter, Identica and Gmail you are running multiple tabs in your browser. I find that a bit tiresome and some of the very clever people at Mozilla do too. Like Chief Dan George in The Outlaw Josey Wales I'm always looking to get an edge and it might just be that Raindrop, Mozilla's latest brainchild, provides it. I wanted that edge and I was prepared to jump through a few hoops to get it. But what exactly is Raindrop?
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