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I have many favorites sites that I need to link to from different computers, is there any way other than save it to jump drive and carry it with me. Is there any public site site were I can save them at?

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The Chrome browser has this built in... – Marc Gravell Dec 25 '11 at 16:50
Mac OS X Safari and iCloud does this, too. – S.Lott Dec 25 '11 at 16:54
The Opera browser also have an option built-in (Opera Link). – mtone Dec 25 '11 at 16:55
-1, question does not show research effort. – slhck Dec 25 '11 at 17:11
Firefox has this built in – Simon Sheehan Dec 25 '11 at 17:53

A lot of long-time users are wary of the recent changes made under new ownership, but Delicious has been around for a long time and has served me well.

It's free.

Since it's a website, you can pretty much access it from anywhere. Unless you work for a big corporation -- they mostly still block it these days.

You can keep a lot of links -- a lot more than you'd ever want to put in a browser bookmark list. I have over a thousand.

And you can see other people's links and comments, so you can find the most popular ones for specified topics.

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If you use Firefox this is part of the standard browser, no third party solution required.

How to sync Firefox settings between computers

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I like Chrome for just that reason. Anywhere you log-in you have your whole world of internet just like at home... and they have a "Feedly" extension that adds to my being able to see the sites I like at a glance...

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