Hello and thank you for your question.
Not because it's a Google product, but based on my experience,
Google's Bookmarks service should be just what you need. [Google
Answers Researchers are independent contractors, by the way, so my
answer is not coming from the great Google anyway.]
Create bookmarks you can access anywhere
Bookmark your favorite websites and add labels and notes to them. Your
labels and notes are searchable later, and you can access your
bookmarks from any computer by signing in.
It's easiest if you first install the Google Toolbar
because that puts a 'bookmarks' button right on the Toolbar
Bookmarks Help page.
Can I import my "Favorites" from Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) into Google?
Yes. To import your "Favorites," just follow these steps:
1. Sign in to your Google Account via the "Sign in" link on the Google
homepage or via the Google Toolbar.
2. Click on the star on your Bookmarks page, or click on the
"Bookmarks" button on the Google Toolbar.
3. Select "Import IE Favorites" at the bottom of the drop-down menu.
4. Select and edit the bookmarks you want to import.
So assuming you want to merge your work and home bookmarks and keep
them synched from now on, all you need to do is import your IE
favorites at home and at work, and in the future save new bookmarks
via the Google Bookmarks button.
Thanks again for letting us help. Please give it a try, and let me
know how it goes.
Google Answers Researcher