File this under things I should have done ages ago. Following the advice of jkOnTheRun’s Kevin Tofel, I finally got around to installing Foxmarks on my primary work laptop and on my primary netbook (which, at the moment, happens to be an Asus Eee PC 1000H).
Foxmarks lets you keep your bookmarks synchronized across multiple browsers. The latest version also adds support for password synchronization. You can read more about it in my post at Download Squad, but suffice it to say this is a must have application if you use Firefox and have multiple computers.
Update: Mozilla now includes a feature called Firefox Sync which offers similar capabilities, and most other web browsers can synchronized your data as well. But Foxmarks (which has since been renamed Xmarks) is one of the only options for synchronizing your data not just across different computers, but also different browsers. It works with Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, and Internet Explorer.