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I'm finding myself more and more both afraid for the safety of my bookmarks and in need of sharing my bookmarks across many computers, I'm looking for a web solution to save and share (some publicly) my bookmarks.

What do you use for bookmark sharing?

btw. using chrome, would love easy integration.

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Have you looked at delicious.com or pinboard.in?

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Xmarks.com sounds closest to what you're describing. There were rumors of it shutting down last year, but it was acquired by LastPass and seems to be chugging along.

Yet Another Extension for Google Bookmarks Extension lives as an icon on your Chrome browser for one-click saves, and shows bookmarks in a tree view. Google also has a bookmarklet for it if you don't like extensions. Bookmarks are saved to Google, not just Chrome, so you can access them in any browser at google.com/bookmarks. It has one-click sharing to G+ (I know ...), but you can also save to a list and share that anywhere.

Read it Later (readitlaterlist.com), Instapaper.com and Readability.com are marketed for offline reading, but I also use them for saving and sharing bookmarks. They all have apps, bookmarklets and Web interfaces for easy saving and sharing.

I'm still a new user so can only submit 2 hyperlinks. Sorry.

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Well, Chrome have a built in synchronization system. It uses your Google profile for doing it. Just press the wrench button and select "Enter with your google account" entry.

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I need to be able to access it w/o installing chrome. I need it at work or maybe on my phone. –  Ziv Mar 31 '12 at 19:50
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What about Diigo?

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Whilst this may theoretically answer the question, it would be preferable to include the essential parts of the answer here, and provide the link for reference. –  soandos Jul 17 '12 at 4:13
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