Because the power of the Internet increases as people get connected . . .

. . . and because faithful people are more effective when connected freely, I’ve decided to take Michelle Murrain’s suggestion and install Flock, a social networking-empowered web browser, based on Firefox.

To tell you the truth, Firefox has gotten so bloated lately that I was looking for other options, at least for occasional use. Like her, I tried it early on and wasn’t too impressed with Flock. But it seems to have grown up quite nicely.

Version 1.1 is available for download from their site for all the major operating systems. I use Ubuntu Linux so preferred to download the .deb-packaged version, even though it is in the slightly older 1.0.9 version.

Has anyone else used Flock? I’ll be reviewing it in a few days.

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