Let’s start with two quick facts:
2. Meanwhile, a different team (I guess), implemented Bookmark Sync from Chrome, a new features that synchronizes bookmarks with a Google account (quite handy when you routinely use Chrome on many computers). Those bookmarks end up in a read-only directory in your Google Docs space.
I’m now wondering: why do we have two different sets of entities, called bookmarks, that
- share some similarities,
- are stored in different places,
- serve (slightly) different purposes,
- have the same name.
Isn’t that confusing?