Bookmark synchronizing can be an important tool for any lawyer managing online information. As soon as you use more than one Web browser or more than one device, you may want to have access to the same bookmarks, no matter what software you have open. I’ve covered both Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, the two Web browsers that embedded bookmark synchronizing into the application.
In the recent disappearance of Xmarks (and its possible resurrection), there has been a lot of chatter about bookmark sync’ing. Makeuseof created a list that included all of these, and one that works for Microsoft Internet Explorer, which is rather unusual. It’s not a terribly positive review but Microsoft Internet Explorer users don’t have many options. Another Internet Explorer sync tool is Zinkmo, that has been around for awhile and can sync both between two copies of Internet Explorer and between IE and Firefox.