A web browser should browse the web, no more, no less.
So no Firefox, I don't want Pocket or Firefox Sync support built-in
And no Chrome, I don't want FLoC and Google support built-in
And no Edge, I don't want Microsoft Integration or the online price comparison tool built-in.
Why have we gone so backwards?
Has anyone used ytfzf? It seems pretty awesome. It is even supposed to work with peertube.
I managed to make it another year of working on open source full time 🎉
Trying tut, a TUI client for Mastodon. I really love how it works. It's much better than opening a modern browser just for browsing my timeline. And writing my posts in vi make me feel just at home.
Probably the best TUI client for Mastodon, since I've only found other one written in Python. I avoid as much as possible Python programs because they're awfully slow and they pull a ton of dependencies. Anyway, if you have recommendations for any other TUI client for Mastodon, just let me know.
I don't see enough appreciation towards pass, so here's some:
pass is my password manager of choice, because it's so goddamn simple it's literally just a shell script wat
I can literally host my passwords as a git repo.
Some bug fixes and my favorite is that emojis from toots won't leave artifacts.
* Smarter autocomplete for media attachments
* Allow shortcuts in View-mode, e.g. favorite and toggle spoiler
* Support for URLs from non-Mastodon instances e.g. Honk
I've been taking a look at gemini lately, and I'm loving it so far ! 😀
For those who don't know, gemini is a new internet protocol that's known for its simple, private and secure nature - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iq1k_FCWPXk
If you're interested in exploring gemini, have a look at this site - https://geminiquickst.art
I wrote a guide on how I replaced Google Photos and still have (kind of) all the features it offered.
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