We got home tonight and were all set to play with the new MyJeeves feature of Ask Jeeves, which allows you to save your searches and store bookmarks on their servers. But, alas, MyJeeves doesn’t support the Safari browser on Macs. Sigh.
Mac users aren’t completely out of luck; if you use one of the Mozilla browsers, you appear to be set.
Speaking of MyJeeves, it’s interesting to note that Ask Jeeves doesn’t even own the domain name myjeeves.com. Some guy named Robert Eberhardt from Cincinnati, Ohio does, and it’s for sale.
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