Mozilla Weave 0.2.98 is an official add-on for Firefox that enables you to open an account and synchronise your bookmarks from your computer to your online account. If you then install Firefox on another computer, whether this is a PC or Mac, you can then install Weave, login to your account, then synchronise your bookmarks back to this computer. Add a new bookmark and this is sychronised back to your online account.
Problem is that Foxmarks 2.6.2 is a far better and more polished add-on for synchronising your bookmarks. It also enables you to login to your online account and access your bookmarks from a temporary browser, if you don't want to synchronise your bookmarks to a temporary PC. Foxmarks also supports the forthcoming Firefox 3.1
Mozilla Weave and Foxmarks links.
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