The eco-revolution will not be televised. This time, it's on the web in the form of a sleek new web browser at Flock.com. If you want to keep tabs on the latest green scene while staying caught up on whatever your friends are doing, then the Flock Eco browser is all you need. Based on the Mozilla/Firefox setup, Flock allows you to be logged into all your social networks at once -- Facebook, Flickr, YouTube, Twitter, etc. -- while at the same time collecting your fave green media and RSS feeds in one place. Because Grist is partnering with Flock …
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Ashley Braun is Grist's News Producer and (unofficially) its Official Puntificator. She's also a science nerd, a lazy runner, an organic container gardener, and an accidental "expert" on topics like cross-country relationships and social media.
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