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How to sync bookmarks between Firefox, Chrome, and Safari on multiple computers?

I currently use Xmarks, but it's going under (unless it's a publicity stunt) so I'm looking for an alternative. I need it to sync at least between Firefox and Chrome on Mac and PC, but throwing IE into the mix would be nice. Web based access and/or backup to your own (FTP) server would be nice, but aren't essential. I just want it to use the browser's native bookmarks without spamming me.

Update Dec. 2010 - It looks like Xmarks lives on thanks to LastPass. http://blog.xmarks.com/?p=2033

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Damn, I'm sad to see Xmarks going under... Now I'm wondering the same thing as you. –  Sasha Chedygov Sep 28 '10 at 0:59
    
You just ruined my day with that news :(. I've got no idea what you or I are going to do. –  Azz Sep 28 '10 at 1:15

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Delicious has extensions for FF, IE and Chrome. It has web access. It's also accessible over a variety of mobile devices.

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From looking around the delicious site, it looks like the sync is one way - from the browser to the website. It doesn't appear to sync the bookmarks across browsers they way Xmarks does. –  Nogwater Sep 28 '10 at 4:15
    
Yes, it does. I.e, if you use the Delicious FF add-on, any time you add a bookmark on the web site, in a different browser or on a different computer, it appears in the Delicious bookmarks bar. You can even set sync properties (one- or two-way, clear collection etc.) –  Traveling Tech Guy Sep 28 '10 at 5:18

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