OH MY NEWS -- Oct 26 -- Netscape released its code as open source, and Firefox was born to become a distant No. 2 in the browser space. A new group has created "Flock" based on Firefox. Del.icio.us is wildly popular utility site for "social bookmarking," that lets users store and share their favorite site links. Digg, a tech news Web site, allows members instead of editors decide which stories get on the homepage. Flock adds a social networking dimension; integrating blogging, Flickr support, synchronization with Del.icio.us, and other goodies. Its blogging tools let users write and publish blog posts from within the browser. Its current version is still under heavy development and buggy (not ideal for downloading just yet). FULL ARTICLE @ OH MY NEWS
Mark Brooks: Is there an opportunity for convergence with an online dating site or social networking site here?