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  1. What is Flock? Flock is a social networking browser that has received awards and stellar reviews from more than 25 different sources. Some reviews include:PC Magazine awarded it the award of “Best Free Software of 2010” 2008 – Won the Webby Award for Social Networking

  2. History of Flock • Founded was founded in 2005 and has its headquarter in Menlo Park, CA • The President and Chief Executive Officer of Flock is Shawn Hardin • “Flock is a venture capital-funded, for profit venture, funded by Shasta Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, Catamount Ventures and Fidelity Ventures.”

  3. Features • Built in sidebar that puts certain website feeds and RSS feeds together where you can also update your own status’s. • You can organize your friends and feeds into whatever groups you’d like • You can search not only the internet, your favorites, and history but you can search your friends as well • Google Chrome extensions are supported in your browser

  4. What websites is Flock designed to work with?

  5. Where can I go to get Flock? PC Users can download Flock for free from Flock.com Mac Users will be able to start downloading the newest Flock from Flock.com starting December 1st

  6. Bibliography Flock.com http://internet-browser-review.toptenreviews.com/flock-review.html

  7. Research one of these broad topics and narrow down to s very specific area and create a five slide PowerPoint (no sound) that explores the following: • Brief history slide/Founders • Use and purpose • Screenshots to show functionality • Subscribers/Access info • Bibliography (no Wikipedia – ok to use links at end of Wikipedia entry)