Flock reduxSteve Hamm
Last October, the folks at Flock broke their silence and revealed their plans for a new “social browser” designed for collaborating, sharing photos, and blogging. The Flock beta was supposed to come out a couple of weeks later. It didn’t. Some early feedback from private beta users revealed to Flock’s designers that they had some usability work to do before it went public.
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