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  1. TextExpander: Communicate Smarter. Gather, Perfect, Share Your Knowledge. Recall your best words instantly, repeatedly.

    Tip: Use Text Snippets about about 1 month ago

    To help me save time and avoid distractions, I’ve been using prompts through the TextExpander app. These prompts are shortcuts that I’ve created to quickly add little instructions I feel I have to repeat often. For example, I’ve created a prompt to “stamp all code snippets you produce with a unique identifier,” which has made it much easier to ask GPT3 to go back and retrieve the code I’m referencing.
  2. DASH is a secure, blockchain-based global financial network which offers private transactions.

    Dasher Things - Evan, do you copy? (S01E01) about 2 months ago

    Only problem I have with this promotion of Dash is that the 'Dash is Digital Cash' got snowed under with all the references to and there is also a very very short time to understand why Dash is Digital Cash.
  3. Alfred is an award-winning app for macOS which boosts your efficiency with hotkeys, keywords, text expansion and more. Search your Mac and the web, and be more productive with custom actions to control your Mac.

    Need help switching from Windows to Mac about 8 months ago:

    I assume you mean Windows + R, right? Use or spotlight. Alfred can do: Find apps & files.
  4. aText accelerates your typing by replacing abbreviations with frequently used phrases you define.

  5. Have you ever experienced the tedium and frustration of having to repeatedly type your name, e-mail address, home page url, or other words or phrases again, again and again? Do you frequently need to quickly insert images like your signature, locati…

  6. PhraseExpress is one of the best and most fully featured text expansion apps available to Windows users.

  7. Keyboard Maestro is the leading software for macOS automation. It will increase business productivity by using macros(or short cuts) with simple keystrokes. Keyboard Maestro WikiThis wiki aims to help new users get started, and then provide .

  8. canSnippet is a snippet management tool for macOS.