New interface offered for Radio UserLand

I'm writing this post using FM RadioStation, a new Windows application that provides a different user interface for Radio UserLand (screen shot). It can be used to publish a weblog, read RSS news feeds, and browse the Web (using a built-in version of Internet Explorer 6).

I can't get the news reader to work, but the weblog publishing interface is impressive, and this is the first Internet Explorer-based browser I've seen that uses Mozilla-style tabs. I'll write more about it after I've had some time to evaluate the program, which was released by Stephen Dulaney, publisher of the Blogging Alone weblog.

Comments

Netcaptor (http://www.netcaptor.com) is an awesome IE based tabbed browser.

That's Radio's user interface sorted out, now all that's needed is for another 3rd party to sort out the back end...

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