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Flock: Social Browser Gets Significant Update

Jul 04, 2007, 14:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Steve O'Hear)


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"Flock has released a preview of a major update to its social web browser. As I noted in a recent post where I did a Q&A with Flock's CEO, Shawn Hardwin, when Flock first launched, timed perfectly to coincide with a wave of web 2.0 hype, it seemed like a fresh and bold attempt to make a web browser that truly embraced the 'social web.' The browser wasn't a passive application designed for reading web pages, but instead could 'write' to the web with support for emerging social web services through built-in a blog editor, drag 'n' drop access and publishing of photos on Flickr (and later Photobucket), and integration with social bookmarking service, Delicious. But then things went astray..."

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