Foxmarks has changed its name to Xmarks. CEO James Joaquin tells Larry Magid how the company is doing more than letting people sync bookmarks
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The service was popular in a technical niche, but the company couldn't find a way to make money from either the sync service or other possibilities.
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The widely used bookmark synchronization plug-in is available in alpha form to those selected to test it. Xmarks hopes to open testing to more people soon.
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