Nyxt - the hacker's power-browser.
Have you ever heard of Nyxt? It's a keyboard-centric web browser that was inspired by programs like Vim and Emacs and is written in and configured with Common Lisp. It's pretty good and the next stable release is going to have stuff like support for Gopher and Gemini. It doesn't support WebExtensions yet, but it's a planned feature.
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