Flock, is a new browser that is an attempt at a social networking browser, with connections to del.icio.us, Flickr, and RSS subscriptions among other things. I don’t usually bother with new browsers, especially when they are admittedly still very rough and in beta, but this one was interesting enough to check out. I was impressed with the direction they are taking it, and it truly seems to be a social networking tool. It is worth suggesting that you check it out to see the type of things that can and will be happening to browsers.
Through its pages, I found an “AJAX Desktop” application called “Pageflakes” that was also very interesting. It is designed to offer a personal start-up page with multiple tabs for different types of resources. You could build you own, but its interesting to see how it works and the types of resources that are available. Give it a look at http://pageflakes.com