On Sat, Dec 16, 2000 at 03:37:38PM +0000, Paul Jakma wrote:
> On Sat, 16 Dec 2000, kevin lyda wrote:
> > well if you're lucky you'll work for a company that gives you a laptop.
> > then you can bring the laptop between home and work. oh, wait...
>> no, i'm looking for something easier, laptop or not it still involves
> a copy/merge/upload (in fact it's easier to email the file across).
> something like a website to hold your bookmarks and let you chop and
> change them, or something to automate merging them.
If your laptop is good enough, why would you want to browse from
anywhere else? :-)
> easiest of all would be if netscape could pull its bookmarks from
> central place. Now i think it can do this with roaming profiles and
> LDAP - but i don't think that'll work when one site is dial-up.
How about storing your bookmarks file on a coda filesystem?
Seems to me that this whole business of having multiple `masters'
of some datastore is one of the trickier problems of our time. :-(
Don't be so self-decrementing! :-)
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