"When we looked at Flock 0.9 last year, the social Web browser
showed a lot of potential. Now that it's over the 1.0 hump, the
Flock team has made good on the application's promise. Maybe too
good--while Flock serves up a lot of content on a single page, you
practically need super-powers to take it all in. Once you cut back
on the sensory input a bit though, it's a pretty slick Firefox
alternative for anyone with a ton of cyber friends.
"Since it's based on the popular Mozilla browser, Flock
functions nearly the same as Firefox, right down to the keyboard
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