Flock – Social Networking Web Browser

Flock, The Social Networking Web Browser

Flock, The Social Networking Web Browser

Flock is a great new web browser designed around the concept of a group web surfing experience.

The download and setup were quick. The wizard allowed me to import settings from Firefox (and

supports IE as well). There was a very nice looking Flash tutorial to show features and usage.

Flock integrates Facebook, Flickr, YouTube, blogging, RSS news feeds and bookmarking. It looks

like something I’m going to enjoy using. I suggest you give it a look. Flock


I am a logical, open-minded, liberal, progressive, radical, green, independent individual living in the heart of Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, amongst apparently brainwashed conservative southern Baptist Republican zombies. I'm tired of the lies of the government and their media mouthpieces and their corporate masters. I'm tired of the cheating and the stealing and the killing. I'm ready for the future. But the only way we are going to fix things is to all band together and say NO MORE! We have to start punishing the rich white collar criminals as harshly as the poor black blue-collar criminals, if not more so. And I'm tired of cults (AKA religions). They are dangerous, divisive, and delusional. We should evolve past religions towards a global humanitarian ethics. We should move away from a new world order and get back to city states with local democracy, power, food, and water.

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One comment on “Flock – Social Networking Web Browser
  1. markbaland says:

    I went back to using Firefox. Flock seems to take up more memory and run slower, when logged into many social networks. It’s a good idea, but needs more development. Also, the only web mail integrated was Gmail, Yahoo, and AOL, (not Live/MSN/Hotmail) and wouldn’t let me add my domain’s email on Google Apps (Gmail based) into it’s functionality. I’ve also tried Google’s Chrome browser (beta). It’s going to be great, but it’s slow for now. It treats each tab as a seperate application so if one locks up, the others are not affected.

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