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Monday, October 24, 2005


I have been using the new browser Flock and like it so far. Flock is an open source browser just released to the public a couple days ago. It has a lot of good features including the sharing, starring, and tagging of favorites for those Del.icio fans out there. It looks suprisingly similar to Firefox and has the same kind of feel. It has some good extensions similar to Firefox. I think I will stick to Firefox, but it is a nice browser with lots of interesting features. Be sure to check it out.

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