Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
I poked around on my Mac, but found nothing other than MobileMe (requires annual subscription), but that only syncs a few things. I'm thinking that you want all of your files synced between the two Macs as well. Syncing your apps is not something I'd recommend trying since updating them is different depending on the application. I'm almost sure that there is a simple way to do what you want, but I'm just not seeing it right now. Someone with more experience will be along with an answer soon, though.
Loc: Louisville, KY
Are you wanting to sync what you created (docs, MP3's, files, etc) between the 2? That would be about the only thing I could think of....once you have applications installed on both, it's easy just to update them and the OS, rather than syncing them.
As for files, it looks like Michael's suggestion is the way to go.
Try DropBox. It's not an automatic syncing program, but it's the next best thing to it--and for 2 GB of data, completely free. You have to get used to putting documents into the DropBox folder, and that takes some habit-breaking and new habit-forming, but the result is that you have access to all of your documents all the time--at least any time that you are connected to the web.
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