Chapter 10. Using .Mac Bookmarks

If you use Safari as your Web browser, you can take advantage of one of .Mac’s nifty information-synchronization features: the ability to share a common set of browser bookmarks among several different Macs, and have those bookmarks available online from just about any Web browser.

This synchronization of bookmarks is a real time- and frustration-saver if you have more than one Mac, as anyone who’s ever tried to keep bookmarks organized between two or more machines knows.

It’s also a real boon for anyone who travels without the benefit of taking along his or her main computer (or any computer). With .Mac bookmark synchronization, your bookmarks are never any farther away than a Web browser and an Internet connection. ...

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