fredoland

  • 01:56:42 am on October 21, 2005 | 13

    go get it. Remeber, dev preview.  Bugs are sooo Web 2.0.

     

Comments

  • Shuai King 2:39 am on October 21, 2005 | # | Reply

    I hope I’m not the first to know about this. Flock beats Mozilla stuff. I’m sorry, Mozilla. Flock just kicks butt.

  • Matt 2:40 am on October 21, 2005 | # | Reply

    Congrats. 🙂

  • TeenTec 2:46 am on October 21, 2005 | # | Reply

    I’m Sorry, Firefox.

    Has Firefox been replaced? Yes. No, it’s not Opera. Or anything else. No, folks, it’s not Internet Explorer.

    It’s Flock.
    “A Social Browser”, as it is called. This browser has everything Firefox has, tabs, fav’s, et…

  • zenith 2:57 am on October 21, 2005 | # | Reply

    I’ve only been using it for a few hours (on Ubuntu linux), but my experience has been very good so far. I have a niggle or two, but on the whole I love it.

    Great work, and I’m looking forward to seeing how it develops!

  • rickdog 6:31 am on October 21, 2005 | # | Reply

    I love the fact that I can now have tagged bookmarks! And they’re hosted! And the blogging tools are dynamite! I’m so excited!
    I wanna give you some money!
    !!!

  • schoebs 8:29 am on October 21, 2005 | # | Reply

    Flock beats them all! Great 🙂

  • Marq Ed 10:50 am on October 21, 2005 | # | Reply

    I hope they didn’t push to release it because some schmuck decided to host the files elsewhere…

  • kemayo 4:38 pm on October 21, 2005 | # | Reply

    It had issues with the initial sync with del.icio.us; it actually popped up the “a script on this page is taking a long time to complete, do you want to kill it?” dialog for me. And me with only 1689 bookmarks on del.icio.us…

    So I went and played Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando until it finished. 😛

  • kemayo 7:09 pm on October 21, 2005 | # | Reply

    (And yes, I checked your Bugzilla, didn’t see anything which seemed to be a match to this, and submitted a bug report.)

  • jshf 12:43 pm on October 25, 2005 | # | Reply

    I downloaded it,and want to how it is good than IE

  • John Fishman 4:01 pm on December 9, 2005 | # | Reply

    I think that the browser demands completion including improvement usability. But not so bad, sometimes very nice. Sorry for my english.

  • Carl J » What the Flock? 3:13 am on October 23, 2007 | # | Reply

    […] was involved in the Mozilla Foundation) and Geoffrey Arone first released Flock to the public on October 21, 2005 (which coincidentally happens to be two years ago yesterday), the whole "Social" thing […]


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