Linux.com has a quick look back at the social web browser Flock, now that it has passed the 1.0 hurdle. The main complaint seems to be sensory overload, but there are definitely some interesting tidbits in there. "Version 1.1 really shines in its enhancements to the MyWorld page, including the Friend Activity Feed. Once you've logged into all your social networking services, you can drag and drop messages from one friend to another. For example, if Sally makes a good restaurant suggestion via Twitter, I can drag that message to John's Twitter icon in my sidebar and he'll receive a link to view Sally's message. If a particularly interesting picture comes across my Flickr feed, I can drag it over to a contact on Facebook, and he'll receive a notification to view the image."Read more of this story at Slashdot.
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