One of the problems that has always plagued users of multiple computers is the fragmentation of settings and data. Over the years, solutions have come along to bring a sense of synchrony to distributed desktop computing - IMAP email, server-hosted IM buddy lists, Remote Desktop, etc. One area where there is still a disconnect is browser settings - your bookmarks, preferences, your browsing history. I, personally, rely heavily on my browsing history to store the URL's of websites that I need. So, when I'm on my home computer, and it doesn't know the sites I was using on work computer earlier that day, it slows me down considerably. But, it looks like Mozilla Labs has come up with a solution: Weave.
Weave is a technology that synchronizes several aspects of Firefox, including bookmarks, history, and prefernces, across all of your computers. This is a cross-platform solution that seems like it would be very useful to anyone who uses Firefox on multiple computers. The software is still in a very early build (version .1!), so it's possible that there are still bugs to be worked out.
I haven't tried it out yet myself, but I plan to shortly. This is a great concept, and I hope that development continues on the project. If you happen to try out Weave, let me know what you think !
Thanks to my friend Chris Leary for telling me about Weave!