This is a post from Flock 1.0 using the Flock blog editor. I’m effectively comparing it to Qumana, and Scribefire by making the post. First impression.. It beats both of these as an editor. Flock 1.0 beta is the new social web browser. It certainly has some neat features. See TechCrunch I’m going to keep using it for a few days and see if I miss Firefox. May put my daughter on to it too.
TwitterFeed enables you to direct any RSS feed into your Twitter stream. As I already have a wordpress plug-in I’m experimenting with using my Facebook status to provide the update. This presents some interesting options. I’m ultimately not sure what the right balance of updates is…or actually the type of commentary I want to send to Twitter. TwitterFeed is a neat prototype; my personal feed collector and routing platform. I like the options it provides in terms of integrating the feed. Thus if you want to syndicate a Tweet directly into your blog without copying repeating the title in the body it looks possible. I’ll fix that little test I’m doing up too.
(Update, I posted with Flock, it created some editing issues and created an extra line re tags in the body rather than in the WordPress tag field.)