Most of us work on computers in and out of the office, so we are constantly e-mailing ourselves items or saving them to flash drives for use on another computer. This gets even more confusing on three-day weekends or summer vacations when many of us still need to work, but don't necessarily have access to our main computer.
If you're like me and juggle multiple work spaces and machines, check out Lifehacker's guide to Maintain a Consistent Workspace Across Multiple Computers, which offers simple tips to getting your bookmarks, docs and work life in order. For their best tips,
- Sync your Bookmarks - If you use Firefox, you can sync across Firefox installations with Foxmarks. You can also enhance your browser consistency with synced bookmarks and browsing sessions with Google Browser Sync. If you have a bajillion bookmarks, consider using Del.icio.us, which provides a great way to keep your bookmarks organized and easily accessible.
- Keep Your Calendars in Check - If you have the option, web-based calendaring doesn't get much better than Google Calendar, if for nothing else than its simple and powerful web presence.
For a complete list of tips, visit Lifehacker.