Get Flock and WordPress.com October 20, 2005Asides, wordpress.comFlockMatt Want to know a secret? If you have Flock you can get on WordPress.com without an invite. Enjoy! Share this:Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window) Related Posts
32 thoughts on “Get Flock and WordPress.com”
I’m guessing WP.com is pretty close to being ready for primetime, because it doesn’t seem to restrict itself “only to flock users”. Once people get the link, I’m assuming anyone can sign up, unless this offer has some kind of expiry date..
With all due respect, I am always slightly apprehensive when it comes to using forks. I am also aware of the problem associated with forking an application myself. Once you lag behind, the long-invested dedication can wind up being disposed of. Flock appears to me like a conspicuous rationale behind Mozilla becoming a foundation and now going by the identity of
Mozilla.com. As regards
WordPress.comand the Flock relationship, I might give it a try.
I must be blind as a bat. I’ve got Flock already – visit WordPress.com and don’t see any way to get an account just because I’m using Flock – am I missing somethign REALLY obvious here?
HAHAHA I found the rabbit hole – silly me! One of these days I’m going to start reading the ‘Getting Started’ instructions for whatever I’m trying to use! Thanks Matt!
knew about this a looong time ago Matt, in fact a whole lot of other beta testers and wp.com-obsessed people did.
LoL! I wonder what’s going on there 😉
Not so much of a secret any more 🙂 I got Flock and a WP.com account!
I hate to say this but don’t you think user-agent based exclusiveness is rather useless? Anyone can use a Firefox browser and switch the user agent to Flock and can open an account 🙂
Though I have to say it was a good marketing tactic from Flock.
I don’t think it works with the Linux version of Flock because I can’t seem to get an invite…