Flock, Mozilla, Technology

CocoaRadio interview posted

Factory Rockstar I’ve got another interview out in the wild, this time at Blake Burris’ CocoaRadio.

The interview was conducted at my favorite San Francisco cafe, Ritual Roasters, so there’s a bit of a din in the background. It also took place over a month ago, which makes some of the information obsolete (I wrote about cloning APIs here). On the other hand, I do talk fairly expansively about the vision for Flock… how microformats will help, what it’s like developing a cross-platform Mozilla app and where we’re in general going with Flock.

I think it’s probably the best real-world articulation of what Flock’s all about so far, so if Flock still doesn’t make much coherent sense to you, definitely take a listen and let me know what you think.

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2 thoughts on “CocoaRadio interview posted

  1. Great interview! Very informative.

    Since I fell upon Flock a couple months ago, I have learned much from Chris’s postings in the Flock Feeds. He has a gift for plain speak in a complicated area. However if anyone desires an explanation of what Web 2.0 is, should check out — O’Reilly: What Is Web 2.0.

    Flock has really opened my eyes as to what the web can be by combining the web services I use often. Flock has turned out to be an important tool that I use on a daily basis.

    Great articles… thanks. I will be requiring my web students to visit FactoryCity to stay current with the industry.

    Thanks for the great work.

    Bill

  2. I totally agree with Bill, great interview, definetly gone on my iPod.

    I would also like to thank you for your work with Flock. I am constantly coming back here, too the IRC chat room and too the flock website to check out all the latest developments, and am also downloading some of the hourly builds =D

    Keep the good work up mate,

    Richard

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