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Author Topic: Cormorant: Flock's Latest Incarnation  (Read 2507 times)


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Cormorant: Flock's Latest Incarnation
« on: January 20, 2007, 04:48:44 PM »
Here is a nice look at the upcoming release of Flock's latest web browser: Cormorant

Following along with the bird theme, Flock has announced that their code name for the Cardinal successor (Cardinal is the current 0.7.x release) is Cormorant, a medium-to-large seabird. Originally, the next big release was supposed to be Danphe, however they’ve taken a step back to evaluate where they currently are, and where they’d like to be. They feel they have more work to do on Danphe, so they’ve decided upon an ”in-between” release which will be Cormorant.  Right now, they’ve got a pre-release/preview available for download. Ryan and I spent the last hour checking it out and taking a bunch of screenshots… so.. here is our mini review (don’t forget that you can click the screenshots to view a larger image).


The screenshot below shows what the browser looks like right after downloading.  Because it is considered a “social browser,” you’ll notice that at the top are links to MySpace and YouTube. Down at the bottom is a bar that can list featured media from either YouTube of Flickr.

Kenneth P. Reeder, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist
Jacksonville, North Carolina  28546