The Coop brings social networking to Firefox

The Coop project from Firefox is an add-on that will let people share and received syndicated Web content like photos and links from friends.

The Mozilla Foundation's Labs has launched The Coop, a project that will let people keep track of their friend's online activities. The add-on will create a row or column of friends' photos. When a photo glows, the user can see that a friends has a new link, photo, blog, or video to share from content-sharing services such as del.icio.us and Flickr. The project planners envision using RSS or another mechanism to move the data between people's browsers. For more information, check out this News.com article.

Coop content shows up on the side of your browser and displays content that has been bookmarked by others. Mozilla
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