I was wondering what you were using, only your browser, Google Documents, Delicious etc...
@LiamSymonds Xmarks works for me!
I also do my personal bookmark backups via bookmarks.html. Save the file on the HD and then use Folder Watch (Mac only) and sync it with my Dropbox folder. I now have a copy up in the cloud. :)
I predominantly use Google Chrome and take advantage of the sync feature.
@nirvanatikku I only use the chrome sync version too
I use Read it Later.
You might find this post helpful.
Combination of Read It Later and Google Chrome Sync.
@Kai The same works for me too:)
My own web app that ain't finished yet 8)
Pinboard and Instapaper.
i love diigo diigo.com/ pretty easy to use and i have my bookmarks all tagged
i also like the annotation feature (:
I've been using Evernote for a year now. Love it! Most of the time I take a screenshot of the page save it there (the Mac client has a shortcut for this). I organize my bookmarks into notebooks and add tags. If it a tutorial I select the text and add through the Evernote extension for Chrome.
For temporary stuff I go with Google Chrome. I've tried Springpad but it was hard to find pages I had bookmarked. The awesome thing about Evernote is that it makes printed and handwritten text inside your images searchable and with the Chrome extension when searching on Google it automatically searches on my notes too.
Previously I was using delicious. But, after Google Chrome came I switched to it.
I use Firefox Sync because it automatically syncs periodically with the iPhone client over the Internet, which allows me to see my bookmarks as well as my current open tabs and my web history.
Right now I use: Browser + Xmarks, Read it Later and Pinboard.
I was Delicious fan for long time (about 2-3 years), but then I moved to Pinboard, because of that Yahoo! disaster + they updates with more features often
Evernote, Evernote, Evernote!! Categorization of bookmarks to your heart's delight, sync across all devices (laptop, iPad, Droid!) and includes notetaking and searchability among your bookmarks, even within some graphics! I can't recommend it strongly enough. Chrome and Firefox both have extensions to easily clip web pages to evernote, and as I've mentioned there are dedicated iOS and Android apps to take your bookmarks everywhere with you.
For the longest time I was using Instapaper, but the $5 iPhone app, which is nice and clean did not compare to the $2 Read It Later app, so I switched to their service. However if Apple does come out with the rumored "Reading List" than I will most likely go with that.
I have been using xmarks with firefox for a long time. I also use my dropbox account
I'm using Chrome Browser sync currently. I was on Delicious for a bit, but then that whole Yahoo debacle happened. I never used Xmarks though.
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