On beyond bookmarks.

There was a time, not too many years ago, when the ability to access our bookmarks through a web service was a novelty. Today it's a given. Years ago I wondered (in writing, no less) whether web-based mail could have the "real" feel (whatever that was) that our POP mail did, whether an e-mail address from a web-mail account could command the trust and authenticity that we felt toward "regular" e-mail accounts. Today, I wonder why I still keep my POP accounts, and would happily say goodbye to Outlook. We no longer open a computer and then decide to open our internet connection - it opens along with the computer, as well it should. Our cloud is available to us wherever we go, and more and more elements of our digital lives continue to become part of it.

Go to: Get into my cloud.