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  1. Password Management with Bitwarden

    In a past life, I managed both Lastpass and 1Password. Neither of them were something I wanted to use personally, so I was looking for something better.

    In the mean time, I was using KeePassXC stored in Google Drive. And Holly and I also had a shared Keepass file stored in a shared directory so we could share passwords between us.

    But then I learned about Bitwarden.

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  2. Centralized Bookmarks with Linkding

    As I mentioned in my Qutebrowser article, my browser doesn't have the ability to share bookmarks with my other browsers. I run Chrome on my phone and Chrome on my Chromebook. And I have a second Linux laptop that also runs Qutebrowser.

    I needed a solution to share bookmarks between them. And I settled on Linkding.

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  3. Qutebrowser

    These days, it's more important than ever to find a good web browser: one that's easy to use, has the functionality you want, and, most importantly, is reasonably secure. It's also a good idea to consider the privacy features the browser has too.

    Too many of the popular browsers have privacy issues (Chrome sharing info with Google, Edge sharing info with Microsoft, Brave sharing info with...).

    Additionally, with my keyboard-driven window manager on my system (Qtile), I wanted a keyboard driven browser too.

    Enter Qutebrowser.

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