Ramblings of a Digital Educator

November 29, 2006

Synchronize your bookmarks in Firefox!

Filed under: General Blogging — dtrask @ 3:46 pm

I just came across a very useful Firefox extension called “Foxmarks”.  This is a little program (extension) that makes it easy to sync your bookmarks between computers, keep a backup online, and be able to access those bookmarks via the web.  You can push, pull, sync, download, and upload….very nice.  I’ve always had issues with this as I have two main laptops and sometimes a third, not to mention my Windows profile and Linux terminal profile at school.  Now I can make one master bookmark file…upload it and use that to populate the rest.  Then once that’s done…now whenever I post a bookmark on one machine, I can simply “sync up” with Foxmarks and all my other machines will get the new bookmark.  No more wondering which machine I was using when I last looked at that “awesome” web site.  Check out the screenshots and then go get it HERE!

Foxmarks

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