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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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.
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,