A Social Media Savior…Google’s Chrome v. Mozilla’s Flock

March 3, 2010 at 2:59 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
Aggregation. Automation. Action. 

There's a new web browser in town…a browser that doesn't just allow you to surf the web, it allows you to organize it. It's a new Social Web Browser.  

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For the longest time Internet Explorer by Microsoft controlled the web as THE browser to use.  Then Mozilla Firefox came along and brought new features like "tabs" and others.  Then Google introduced their browser, Google Chrome (which is what I favored).  

Now…Mozilla has introduced (since 2006 actually) a new browser, made specifically for aggregating our social media: Mozilla Flock.  

There's a browser war going on in my desktop and the battle is getting heated.  Flock has won two "Under the Radar" awards since its creation, and has been building up strength ever since.  I personally started using it just recently because I'm not a fan of Beta Versions of any software.  

Here's a synopsis of this browser:

Connects to – Bebo, Digg, Facebook, Facebook Chat, Flickr, MySpace, Twitter, YouTube, Photobucket, Picasa, TinyPic, Blogger, Blogsome, LiveJournal, Typepad, WordPress, Xanga, Delicious, AOL Mail, Yahoo Mail, Gmail, 

From one window pane on the browser, you are able to stay updated and update all those services at once. 

Interesting stuff..I suggest you give it a test run. (I wouldn't recommend this browser for those of you who use computer screens smaller than 17'') 

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