Can I merge all my social networking sites?

Wednesday 22nd July 2009
Submitted by Gareth Mitchell
Gordon Lewis, Taunton

Absolutely. I've been playing with the Flock web browser (www.flock.com), which does a really good job of bringing together services like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Flickr. It integrates all your accounts and services via a neat toolbar on the left of the screen. You can then easily, for instance, drag and drop photos from Flickr to share with your friends on Facebook or incorporate your favourites from Digg into your blog.

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