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.


Netcaptor ( 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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