At Rachel’s suggestion, I decided to go ahead and download Flock, a new “social” web browser that goes beyond the regular protocols and travels that extra mile to consolidate a given user’s social networking universe together into a single all-in-one browsing environment. And to that end, it’s proven incredibly impressive and useful; one can incorporate most all Web 2.0 gems into their browser and connect that much quicker and easier.
Drag-and-drop file sharing, embedded blogging tool (which I’m trying out right now), and media searching/browsing capabilities the likes of which I’ve never seen. As I told her, I don’t think I really realized how much Microsoft had been dropping the ball until I decided to give Flock a try. I mean, I’ve never had any issue with IE, and haven’t so much as batted an eye in the direction of Firefox or anything else. But Flock is very impressive, and seemingly poised to make a huge dent in Intertubular browsing.
Blogged with Flock