Monday, November 17, 2008

Cool Tools Episode 24 Podcast: Flock

Flock is a free, open source, "next generation" Web browser that aims to integrate a wide variety of Web 2.0 applications directly into a browser. It allows users to easily discover, access, and create blog posts, feeds, videos, photos, and social communities - all from one single place. Flock's vision is to deliver a more personalized and rich user experience for information gathering and sharing, communication, self-expression, and interaction. Flock is powered by Mozilla, available in over 15 languages, and supported by Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. It is connected to over 20 online services, including Facebook, MySpace, Gmail, YouTube, Digg, Flickr, Twitter, del.icio.us, and WordPress.



Listen to the podcast (4:24)
[Transcript]


6 comments:

David Gross said...

What a great introduction to Flock! I just heard about it for the first time at CLA this weekend at a presentation about Zotero, which also works with Flock.

israelcsus said...

Great podcast, Aloha!

I think it's great that you can use Firefox extensions in Flock!

At first I was bemoaning losing my Firefox extensions, then I learned you can use them (I think you just have to re-install them within the Flock browser). Excellent.

Jeffra Diane said...

Aloha, clear enunciations! Flock really sounds interesting, I look forward to watching your screencast next.

arecord said...

Thanks for your comments everyone! Israel - yes, I was certainly excited to see that Firefox extensions work with Flock, although I do believe that you have to re-install. I mean, who can live without the TMZ toolbar?

Nancy Lewis said...

Aloha, excellent podcast. You message was clear and your presentation was relaxed. You have a speaking voice which is easy to listen to.

arecord said...

Thanks Nancy! I really appreciate that.