New Scientist reports on a new browser:
Flock – after the buzz it hopes to create – adds features specifically designed to make writing, editing, sharing and displaying web content faster and easier.
Created by Bart Decrem (previously of the Mozilla Foundation), the browser is built on the Firefox code. It will integrate tools for blogging, photo blogging and shared bookmarks into the browser itself. Users will be able to drag and drop photos from Flickr into their blog; the browser will provide WYSIWYG editing of blogs; and will include a social bookmarking feature like the service provided by http://del.icio.us.
Flock is currently still in testing, but is slated for general release in October. It will be interesting to see what they've come up with.