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I just found out that the coComment plugin works with Flock. This kicks all kinds of ass, especially since I just installed the new Firefox beta (I’m a sucker for a beta) as my “other” browser and discovered that the coComment plugin wouldn’t work on it. Because it technically doesn’t exist yet. (It’s really cool, though. Has a lot more in common with Flock now, actually. Heh.)

I’m loving the Flock thing, in case you can’t tell. It occurred to me today actually that Not So might want to download Flock for the Flickr uploading alone. His Windows uploader is pretty sparse. (I wonder if there’s a Firefox/Flickr plugin. I should check. Because I am like that.)

Oh, and I just posted a personal portfolio site on our neumanbeck server - it might still be wonky, so any feedback is appreciated. Hint, hint.


technorati tags:flock, flickr, portfolio


Blogged with Flock

You can easily blog interesting web content with Flock, in just a few clicks. Example: 1. Highlight a passage on a web page that you would like to blog about. 2. Right-click that selection and choose Blog This. 3. The blog editor opens with that selection already inserted. Not only that, the selection is properly formatted as a Blockquote and appropriate citation is included.

Blogging with Flock - Flock Community

 

Have I mentioned that I kind of heart Flock?

technorati tags: Flock, blog, Wordpress

I’m posting this from Flock, a new browser that’s purportedly part of this whole “Web 2.0″ thing that everyone’s been buzzing about. I don’t understand what’s 2.0 about the web, but that’s because I’ve spent the last year afflicted with mama brain. (Apparently it’s all O’Reilly’s fault. The Web 2.0 thing, not the mama brain. That’s all Not So’s fault.)

Flock is a little buggy, but has a gorgeous interface and lots of features which have the potential to be really handy, like an integrated blog editor and photo management. I’ll let you know what I think of it once I’ve had a chance to play around with it some more. Beta testing with a baby isn’t exactly efficient.