A new way of blogging about Common Lisp (2018)

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  • nyxt

    Nyxt - the hacker's browser.

    Do you mean something like nyxt?

    [1] https://nyxt.atlas.engineer/

  • Huginn

    Create agents that monitor and act on your behalf. Your agents are standing by!

    I think what’s needed is a robot bunch of primitives that users can easily combine to do many things. As with any organic system, I would expect the availability of capabilities to spur creativity, the Emacs ecosystem being a great case in point.

    But to try and give a more direct answer to your question: I often want to download/backup or otherwise programmatically process content that I routinely interact with online (this could be playlists, emails, messages, whatever). Another interesting example pertains to the “agents” available in “Huginn”: https://github.com/huginn/huginn

    It would be nice if more such capabilities were integrated into the browser (or other common operating tools).

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