As it happened, I was typing away on the blog and running internet searches to pull up facts and statistics when I happened upon yet another web browser. Normally, because I had not heard of it before I would have ignored it, buuuuut this particular browser demanded a little looking into.
Flock is supposedly designed with social networking in mind. You can link Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, your blog, and like seventeen other social sites. Now, I know what you're thinking, "uh, David, aren't we supposed to be trying to get some writing done? How is being continuously plugged into every time suck hole ever created supposed to help us achieve that goal?"
You're right. And that's what I thought at first too. But then I thought about the possibility of uploading content on Flock, and then have it post that same info to MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, Blogger, and anything else I signed up for. Whereas before I'd have to actually go to each of those sites individually and perform the task over and over, now I'd be able to do it with one click.
Ah, now you're coming around, aren't you?
This is my test post using Flock's blogging feature. Let's see how it does.
Blogged with the Flock Browser