On Sat, 16 Dec 2000, Wesley Darlington wrote:
> If your laptop is good enough, why would you want to browse from
> anywhere else? :-)
cause i already have a machine at home with better graphics and more
ram than the laptop.
> How about storing your bookmarks file on a coda filesystem?
i'm looking more for either some web based solution, or else a utility
that will take a bookmarks file and merge it automatically with
existing bookmark file. (eg so i can run it from procmail)
and by god, seems some already has written it: nsmerge on freshmeat.
(doh!). However it just plunks the new ones at the end, if it was
clever it might notice that i have similar folders in both, and if a
differing link is in a common folder -> put link in that common folder
in merged file. but anyway...
still wondering though if there's any nifty "store your bookmarks
here" type sites with easy options to upload new URLS.
> Seems to me that this whole business of having multiple `masters'
> of some datastore is one of the trickier problems of our time. :-(
indeed.. doesn't oracle sell clustered SQL servers for a mint?
> > --paulj
>> Don't be so self-decrementing! :-)
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