Synchronizing Bookmarks without a Toolbar…

August 20th, 2008 by steve

Toolbar OverloadI want my bookmarks at work to be the same as the ones at home and on my laptop. Generally you can synchronize these things with Yahoo! Toolbar or Google Toolbar.  But I hate toolbars. They are redundant.  They take up viewing space.  They cause redundancies.  They populate your screen with useless information.  And they tend to be redundant.  They waste system resources.  Did I mention redundancies?

Yet toolbars can bring value to the table in this: You can use them to sync bookmarks on one computer with another.

Well, today I found a way to sync bookmarks without a toolbar. It’s found at  It keeps the bookmarks on my laptop synced with those at my office.

Try it.  Just install the add-on in FireFox.  Use the wizard to get an account and upload your bookmarks.  Then the next time you install it on a different machine, your bookmarks will be there too.

Synchronized Bookmarks without a toolbar!  Love it.

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4 Responses to “Synchronizing Bookmarks without a Toolbar…”

  1. alacy Says:

    For more ways to sync browser bookmarks

  2. Ken Says:

    Foxmarks now supports syncing passwords! It’s almost as good as the google brower sync was, now if it would just sync history it would be there!

  3. steve Says:

    Wow — cool. I am not yet ready to give such control to my PC. I don’t even have my browser remember my passwords.

    I know. Three words: para noi ya. 😛

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