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Monday, September 25, 2006



Hi Bev - Flock tip in case you haven't spotted it: to keep you news subscriptions open in the sidebar go to Accounts and Services/News and untick Open the My News sidebar. Not too obvious.

Beverly Trayner

Thanks David. It competes with my news subscriptions in Netvibes. Well, that's it I guess. Move over Netvibes that I had come to love and depend on. (http://www.netvibes.com/)

Will Pate

Hey Beverly,

Glad to hear you're digging our web browser. I hope it's really making the web more fun for you.

You can save bookmarks in del.icio.us by using the star button on the left side of the address bar. Double click the star and a window will pop up where you can edit the title, description and tag your bookmark. Then click "share this favorite" and you can sync that bookmark to del.icio.us.


Will Pate
Community Ambassador, Flock

Beverly Trayner

That is so cool!


I frequently wake up at three in the morning and then fall back to sleep around five or six. Normally I use the time to do easy things like potter round my computer and sort out my bookmarks and stuff.

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