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My Current Set of Tools and Customizations

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I like to keep track of the tools I use and see the shifts that occur over time — may it be switching from a graphical interface to a command-line one or finding a totally new workflow for an existing need. Without further ado, here’s the list!

Suckless: Minimalist Tools That Work Great

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I have been using a few different tools from for a while and I must say that once everything is configured properly, they are a joy to use. Some tools, like dmenu and slock, seem simple on the surface, but they allow to simplify your workflow by quite a bit. Another one, st, is a truly fantastic and lightweight terminal!

Surfing with qutebrowser — a Keyboard-Driven Web Browser

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I recently started using this software as my main web browser and, as a Vim (Neovim) user, I must say I am finding the adventure quite compelling!

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