Sync Difficulties – Oh the Irony!

There’s no doubt that syncing your data between devices and services is a great big pain in the ass … So I was naturally curious in the latest at GigaOm on the topic though note the complete fail (now on my second machine) from xmarks that decided to say hello while reading.

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8 thoughts on “Sync Difficulties – Oh the Irony!”

  1. um, that is quite the discrepancy, LOL. I had to stop using xmarks for the same repeated offense many moons ago… shame, cuz Foxmarks was solid!

  2. I too had XMARKS fail on a recent update of theirs. I'm not sure what happened but somehow things go so out of sync I lost SOME, but not all, my bookmarks.

  3. pretty sure I did not lose anything as the vast majority of what I use comes through del.icio.us. I was able to pull stuff back from the cloud though overwriting the local copy which somehow had been obliterated.

  4. I too had XMARKS fail on a recent update of theirs. I'm not sure what happened but somehow things go so out of sync I lost SOME, but not all, my bookmarks.

  5. pretty sure I did not lose anything as the vast majority of what I use comes through del.icio.us. I was able to pull stuff back from the cloud though overwriting the local copy which somehow had been obliterated.

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