This is an interesting collection of small tools that do useful
things: enhanced screengrabbers, a nice
"place-anything-into-the-clipboard" utility, a terminal splitter,
plus a few more. There's also a guide to binding commands to keys
in KDE and IceWM, and a ringing endorsement of glimmer, a text
editor the author likens to an Emacs for the Python set.
"Here is a collection of little-known tools, a couple
of which, I find extremely useful every single day. I'll warrant
that most people have never heard of any of them. O.K., they are
not exactly a secret - they are, after all, freely available on the
net, but they do deserve more than the scant attention they
Even when you are looking for applications which will perform
like 'xsnap' or 'xclip' they are difficult to find. Utilities like
'showbook' and 'splitvt' are sheer serendipity."
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