In an email sent to .Mac memebers today, Apple has announced changes and improvements to their .Mac service:
One of the .Mac team’s primary objectives is convenient and truly useful access to your personal data and correspondence when you’re away from your own computer. We’re pleased to announce that a new set of persistent navigation links at the top of the .Mac page means all you have to remember now is “www.mac.com.” From there you have one-click access to your .Mac Mail, Address Book and Bookmarks, and not just for viewing. You can add, edit and delete information as well and use iSync to keep things up-to-date everywhere.
The new links remain at the top as you move through all of mac.com’s pages and include a link directly to iCards. iCards now features integration with your .Mac Address Book, including direct access to the same Quick Addresses list .Mac Mail provides, so it’s a snap to send iCards to friends whenever the mood strikes. In addition, there’s new iCard site navigation that makes it easy to go directly to the category you want or to browse though the all the possibilities at once