Welcome to the 0.5.13 release of Flock. If you've made it this far, chances are you're aware of the risks associated with software that's somewhere between alpha and beta.While we are very excited about what we are doing, we want to make sure that you are fully forewarned that this browser may crash from time to time and that any settings you save in this browser may be erased, lost, or overwritten. Please have a backup of your blog posts and your shared bookmarks. So we strongly recommend that you proceed with caution.Still here? Great!Please read these release notes. We've formatted them beautifully for you. They give you information you need to know.If you have general questions about Flock ; who we are, what we do, and how we get away with it; please check out flock.com. Thanks for your interest in Flock; we hope you enjoy your stay.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
I believe that after taking a large number of computer newbies through how to create a blog with blogger and developing a course to teach them how to blog on relevant topics that something like flock, performancing, et. al. needs to work better.
As I opened this version of flock and as I am using it to publish this post, there have already been too many flakey errors for a newbie to handle without blowing up.
But, I am cheering for something like this to rise up and work well. In the meantime, I guess blog this in firefox will have to do.