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Very reliable recommendations on what to buyWe built an AI that analyses the same product data you would yourself: price drops, expert reviews, user reviews, what Reddit thinks & more.
Plugs right into Amazon to save you moneyIt works as a Chrome extension, so instead of seeing the crappy sponsored products on Amazon, you can see what's actually a good use of your money.
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Text editing in vim is awesome, but it requires thinking about combinations of commands. In other editors, you don't have to think about how to delete this part of code. You just think about how to implement a feature, what is a good design for this code. Even after you get used to using vim, it still requires your brain for editing. See More
Vi/vim exists on almost all Unix-like platforms. It's the de-facto Unix editor and is easily installed on Windows. All you need to make it work is a text-based connection, so it works well for remote machines with slow connections, or when you're too lazy to set up a VNC/Remote Desktop connection. See More
When compared to modern graphical editors like Atom and Brackets (which have underlying HTML5 engines, browsers, Node, etc.), Vim uses a sliver of the system's memory and it loads instantly, all the while delivering the same features. Vim is also faster than Emacs. See More