Synching bookmarks without .Mac!
If there is one thing that dotMac does well, it is the synching of Calendars and Bookmarks. When you have multiple Macs, it is great not having to worry where you bookmarked a specific website. dotMac is not for everyone though and it is somewhat expensive for what it offers. If you already have a web server with FTP access, you can sync your bookmarks through this FTP using an application called SafariDepot. It definitely isn't as seamless as dotMac is. You have to choose whether you want to download the bookmarks from the server or upload them to the server. There is also a procedure on the developer's website that lets you automate the process. The disadvantages compared to dotMac is that if you modify the bookmarks on both computers, the application won't merge them, you have to choose which file to overwrite. You can learn more about SafariDepot or download it here from the developer's website.