Testing Flock

So, Flock looks cool. A custom build of Firefox, with direct tie-ins to social stuff like del.icio.us and weblog posting. Has a handy blog manager built in, like a MarsEdit Lite. This could be one handy tool… It’s pegging my CPU right now, so I’m not going to play with it as much as I’d like…

Technorati Tags: ,

Interesting… It actually embeds the Technorati Tags into the post. And adds in the

elements. That’s a pain, since I have WP set to auto-create them…

I noticed that the Flock blog editor also had an option to display a Flickr toolbar. That’s interesting. I didn’t get a chance to play with that, since I had to force quit Flock to get my Powerbook’s CPU back. I’ll give ‘er a shot tomorrow.

Update: an actual writeup on Flock at The Savvy Technologist.

Update: Wait – it uses my del.icio.us account to store all bookmarks/favorites? That’s bloody brilliant! No local bookmarks! It’s currently chewing through my collection of bookmarks on del.icio.us and bringing them into the Flock management interface. Very cool.