Comments on: Flying with the Flock http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/flying-with-the-flock/ Solution Watch surveys the bleeding-edge of the productivity world, reviewing and providing in-depth walkthroughs of today's best services all day and every day. Fri, 16 Jan 2009 00:03:54 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.0 By: Flock Browser Review (1.2.1) on The uber geeks http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/flying-with-the-flock/comment-page-2/#comment-641201 Flock Browser Review (1.2.1) on The uber geeks Fri, 06 Jun 2008 20:02:50 +0000 http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/a-look-at-flock/#comment-641201 [...] In comes Flock. It’s billed as “The Social Web Browser,” and for the most part, it’s true. There have been a couple reviews of early builds and betas here at TUG.n: First was Colin’s review here and then a Screencast by Josue (video doesn’t work, but he says it has gotten much better). Another good article is from SolutionWatch. But these are from a couple years ago. Where is Flock at now? [...] [...] In comes Flock. It’s billed as “The Social Web Browser,” and for the most part, it’s true. There have been a couple reviews of early builds and betas here at TUG.n: First was Colin’s review here and then a Screencast by Josue (video doesn’t work, but he says it has gotten much better). Another good article is from SolutionWatch. But these are from a couple years ago. Where is Flock at now? [...]

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By: Flock - Your Web 2.0 Ready Browser | TechFreaks http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/flying-with-the-flock/comment-page-1/#comment-437374 Flock - Your Web 2.0 Ready Browser | TechFreaks Sun, 20 Jan 2008 12:12:08 +0000 http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/a-look-at-flock/#comment-437374 [...] Flock is the latest open source browser, catering especially to bloggers and Web 2.0 savvy users. It is heavily based upon open source code from Mozilla’s Firefox browser and was developed by a group of a 10 guys and a gal in a garage in Palo Alto, California (with lots of contributions from many developers). Flock promises to leave the user with a strong social web browsing experience. With bookmark syncing with del.icio.us, integrated blogging and flickr support, Flock looks like a real treat. But be warned, in this early developer preview there are some nasty bugs and lacking features that should be a must if Flock hopes to lure current Firefox users. If you have never heard of Flock before, I would recommend catching up with a few articles: Wired, Business Week, and Solution Watch. [...] [...] Flock is the latest open source browser, catering especially to bloggers and Web 2.0 savvy users. It is heavily based upon open source code from Mozilla’s Firefox browser and was developed by a group of a 10 guys and a gal in a garage in Palo Alto, California (with lots of contributions from many developers). Flock promises to leave the user with a strong social web browsing experience. With bookmark syncing with del.icio.us, integrated blogging and flickr support, Flock looks like a real treat. But be warned, in this early developer preview there are some nasty bugs and lacking features that should be a must if Flock hopes to lure current Firefox users. If you have never heard of Flock before, I would recommend catching up with a few articles: Wired, Business Week, and Solution Watch. [...]

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By: Ride with the Flock « Biowaste http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/flying-with-the-flock/comment-page-1/#comment-361691 Ride with the Flock « Biowaste Tue, 06 Nov 2007 12:18:24 +0000 http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/a-look-at-flock/#comment-361691 [...] Ride with the Flock Published November 6th, 2007 Computec Tags: facebook, Firefox, Flock Since the release of the new Flock 1.0, the ‘social browser’ had been given high ratings and positive remarks from popular sites including CNET. This could be a new threat to other popular web browser such as Internet Explorer, Opera and Netscape. If you don’t know what Flock is or you were left behind, you can read more about it here. [...] [...] Ride with the Flock Published November 6th, 2007 Computec Tags: facebook, Firefox, Flock Since the release of the new Flock 1.0, the ‘social browser’ had been given high ratings and positive remarks from popular sites including CNET. This could be a new threat to other popular web browser such as Internet Explorer, Opera and Netscape. If you don’t know what Flock is or you were left behind, you can read more about it here. [...]

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By: liron.de http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/flying-with-the-flock/comment-page-1/#comment-346445 liron.de Mon, 15 Oct 2007 23:56:05 +0000 http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/a-look-at-flock/#comment-346445 [...] Flying with the Flock » Solution Watch [...] [...] Flying with the Flock » Solution Watch [...]

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By: Flock Soars Like An Ostrich | Business Logs http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/flying-with-the-flock/comment-page-1/#comment-283397 Flock Soars Like An Ostrich | Business Logs Fri, 29 Jun 2007 18:00:56 +0000 http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/a-look-at-flock/#comment-283397 [...] Brian Benzinger reviewed Flock over at Solution Watch and gave it a fairly positive review: Flock did a good job at sticking to the basic structure of a browser and basically looks like a beautified Firefox, but with extra features. The buttons on the navigation bar has the basic back, forward, refresh, and home button. But you also get a few new buttons such as a button to open the blog editor, the favorites manager, and the star button to star a site. […] The blog editor actually surprised me on what can be accomplished with it. […]— Brian Benzinger [...] [...] Brian Benzinger reviewed Flock over at Solution Watch and gave it a fairly positive review: Flock did a good job at sticking to the basic structure of a browser and basically looks like a beautified Firefox, but with extra features. The buttons on the navigation bar has the basic back, forward, refresh, and home button. But you also get a few new buttons such as a button to open the blog editor, the favorites manager, and the star button to star a site. […] The blog editor actually surprised me on what can be accomplished with it. […]— Brian Benzinger [...]

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By: Library clips :: Collecting links for future blog posts :: January :: 2007 http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/flying-with-the-flock/comment-page-1/#comment-100202 Library clips :: Collecting links for future blog posts :: January :: 2007 Wed, 24 Jan 2007 05:27:11 +0000 http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/a-look-at-flock/#comment-100202 [...] Flock is a blog editor, but then I don’t want to change browers. [...] [...] Flock is a blog editor, but then I don’t want to change browers. [...]

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By: What’s New With Flock? - Web 2.0 Squared Magazine http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/flying-with-the-flock/comment-page-1/#comment-8645 What’s New With Flock? - Web 2.0 Squared Magazine Wed, 12 Jul 2006 19:19:26 +0000 http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/a-look-at-flock/#comment-8645 [...] June bam04:48 pmAdd comment Flock has just yesterday launched their first public beta of their browser, available for Windows, Mac and Linux, along with a new website. I’ve been keeping up with the latest Flock builds ever since it’s initial alpha release (See Flying with the Flock) and have been impressed with every time. First off, for those of you new to Flock, Flock is a browser built off of Mozilla technologies, specifically the Firefox Web Browser, that has extra functionality attached to it. With Flock, you can manage photos, bookmarks (social bookmarking), write blog posts, read RSS Feeds, and more. One last note: Loving the new Flock website designed by Bryan Veloso. Nice work! [...] [...] June bam04:48 pmAdd comment Flock has just yesterday launched their first public beta of their browser, available for Windows, Mac and Linux, along with a new website. I’ve been keeping up with the latest Flock builds ever since it’s initial alpha release (See Flying with the Flock) and have been impressed with every time. First off, for those of you new to Flock, Flock is a browser built off of Mozilla technologies, specifically the Firefox Web Browser, that has extra functionality attached to it. With Flock, you can manage photos, bookmarks (social bookmarking), write blog posts, read RSS Feeds, and more. One last note: Loving the new Flock website designed by Bryan Veloso. Nice work! [...]

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By: Flock - kollaborativer Browser mit Blogging Funktionen | agenturblog.de http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/flying-with-the-flock/comment-page-1/#comment-8018 Flock - kollaborativer Browser mit Blogging Funktionen | agenturblog.de Sat, 24 Jun 2006 21:13:05 +0000 http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/a-look-at-flock/#comment-8018 [...] Connected Web: Flock, reloaded DE:BUG BLOG » Blog Archive » Flock ist da. jot*be :: Daily: Flock Developer Beta TechCrunch » Flock’s Refines Features, Expands Beta The Flock has landed: Round Two launches new social networking tool - IO ERROR Flying with the Flock » Solution Watch Flock: Browser mit Blog-Unterstützung und Online-Lesezeichen - Golem.de Flock Developer Preview vorgestellt - Software - Weblog und CMS - pixelgraphix thomas gigold, Story: Flock? Wie genial! Flock (Web 2.0 Browser mit del.icio.us und Flickr-Integration) elbewerk: :Locker Flock(ig) Verwandte Beiträge [...] [...] Connected Web: Flock, reloaded DE:BUG BLOG » Blog Archive » Flock ist da. jot*be :: Daily: Flock Developer Beta TechCrunch » Flock’s Refines Features, Expands Beta The Flock has landed: Round Two launches new social networking tool – IO ERROR Flying with the Flock » Solution Watch Flock: Browser mit Blog-Unterstützung und Online-Lesezeichen – Golem.de Flock Developer Preview vorgestellt – Software – Weblog und CMS – pixelgraphix thomas gigold, Story: Flock? Wie genial! Flock (Web 2.0 Browser mit del.icio.us und Flickr-Integration) elbewerk: :Locker Flock(ig) Verwandte Beiträge [...]

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By: What’s New With Flock? - davecentral Planet David Central & Dave Central Planet http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/flying-with-the-flock/comment-page-1/#comment-7819 What’s New With Flock? - davecentral Planet David Central & Dave Central Planet Tue, 20 Jun 2006 10:54:23 +0000 http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/a-look-at-flock/#comment-7819 [...] Flock has just yesterday launched their first public beta of their browser, available for Windows, Mac and Linux, along with a new website. I’ve been keeping up with the latest Flock builds ever since it’s initial alpha release (See Flying with the Flock) and have been impressed with every time. First off, for those of you new to Flock, Flock is a browser built off of Mozilla technologies, specifically the Firefox Web Browser, that has extra functionality attached to it. With Flock, you can manage photos, bookmarks (social bookmarking), write blog posts, read RSS Feeds, and more. One last note: Loving the new Flock website designed by Bryan Veloso. Nice work! [...] [...] Flock has just yesterday launched their first public beta of their browser, available for Windows, Mac and Linux, along with a new website. I’ve been keeping up with the latest Flock builds ever since it’s initial alpha release (See Flying with the Flock) and have been impressed with every time. First off, for those of you new to Flock, Flock is a browser built off of Mozilla technologies, specifically the Firefox Web Browser, that has extra functionality attached to it. With Flock, you can manage photos, bookmarks (social bookmarking), write blog posts, read RSS Feeds, and more. One last note: Loving the new Flock website designed by Bryan Veloso. Nice work! [...]

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By: What’s New With Flock? http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/flying-with-the-flock/comment-page-1/#comment-7584 What’s New With Flock? Wed, 14 Jun 2006 23:48:38 +0000 http://www.solutionwatch.com/262/a-look-at-flock/#comment-7584 [...] Flock has just yesterday launched their first public beta of their browser, available for Windows, Mac and Linux, along with a new website. I’ve been keeping up with the latest Flock builds ever since it’s initial alpha release (See Flying with the Flock) and have been impressed with every time. First off, for those of you new to Flock, Flock is a browser built off of Mozilla technologies, specifically the Firefox Web Browser, that has extra functionality attached to it. With Flock, you can manage photos, bookmarks (social bookmarking), write blog posts, read RSS Feeds, and more. One last note: Loving the new Flock website designed by Bryan Veloso. Nice work! [...] [...] Flock has just yesterday launched their first public beta of their browser, available for Windows, Mac and Linux, along with a new website. I’ve been keeping up with the latest Flock builds ever since it’s initial alpha release (See Flying with the Flock) and have been impressed with every time. First off, for those of you new to Flock, Flock is a browser built off of Mozilla technologies, specifically the Firefox Web Browser, that has extra functionality attached to it. With Flock, you can manage photos, bookmarks (social bookmarking), write blog posts, read RSS Feeds, and more. One last note: Loving the new Flock website designed by Bryan Veloso. Nice work! [...]

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