I’m a fickle Mac browser user. I have the latest versions of Camino, Firefox, OmniWeb, Opera, Safari and Shiira in my applications folder. Safari and Firefox get used most frequently. A couple of my browsers have half-decent bookmark management, but I have also used Bookit, del.icio.us, FURL and URL Manager Pro to synchronize my bookmarks. Just yesterday, I started using WebnoteHappy Lite. Luis de la Rosa, the programmer, a Mac OS X Indie developer, is obviously a very clever fellow; he shifted my bookmark paradigm overnight. I love this little app – import from Safari – one-click URL saves – URL notes from tags to stories – FAST searches – one-click to open the link in my browser – import/export to XBEL. You need to try WebnoteHappy Lite – it’s free! I’ll be purchasing the full version of WebnoteHappy as soon as it’s available.