I have been playing around a bit as of late with Flock 0.7, the latest version of the Web 2.0-ified, Firefox based browser. I must say that I am more and more impressed with every release. They really seem to be making it as easy as possible to integrate a fast browser with bookmarking services like del.icio.us, Flickr and built in blogging support. In fact, I am making this post using it right now. It has a great built-in news reader and a nice little snippets function to clip and save text and images for later use. All with drag and drop goodness. Also, because it is based on Firefox it supports many of the extensions that us Firefox users have grown to depend on. Oh, and it looks good too.

Seems like they are actually going from alpha to beta with the next release so it seems like a good time to check it out especially if you are a blogger and looking for a solution to browse and easily post the stuff you find. Once it does go beta, I may have to give it some love as my full time browser to see if it can last.