testing flock

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I'm up far too late, trying to get ready to leave for Monterey tomorrow, where I'll be attending and speaking at Internet Librarian 2005.

While my clothes spin in the dryer, I'm playing with Flock, the new socially-enabled browser. It accesses my del.icio.us bookmarks, and lets me post to my blog. I'm sure it does additional nifty stuff, but discovering the rest of its features will have to wait until after I've packed, flown, and settled into my hotel.

It's a three-day trip, with lots of wonderful presentations, so I expect that I'll be blogging regularly while I'm there--as I did two years ago when I attended the 2003 IL conference. One of my most-linked-to-posts ever was my live blogging of Mary Ellen Bates' "30 Search Tips in 40 Minutes" session from that conference, and I'm looking forward to attending her session again this year!

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I wasn't terribly impressed with Flock at first glance, though admittedly it was very brief. I didn't like blog post editor or the drag and drop image inclusion. I'll need to look at it more closely again in the future, but I'm hoping there's a lot more to come than a "new" way to do bookmarking and an "enhanced" blogging tool.

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