My favorite tools and software.

Arc icon


More than a browser, a tool to use the web better. From boosts to redefine how a site works to a new chrome to separate different contexts of your browsing, Arc makes working on the web easier.

EditBy icon


Whenever I research a topic, I use editBy to fill the blank page.

Mailbrew icon


This is my answer to Twitter FOMO: I set up a daily digest with the top links and best tweets from all the people I follow. Simple. Easiest $100/yr subscription to justify.

NetNewsWire icon


My go-to RSS reader for macOS and iOS.

IndieOpen Source
Next.js icon


The best way to build modern React websites.

Open Source
Notion icon


Notion helps me organise ideas, content, and knowledge. I also use it to publish, and more recently, to build projects

Obsidian icon


When I want to take notes, Obsidian makes it easy to capture, order and relate them to each other.

IndieOpen Source
Raycast icon


The mother of all things productive. Raycast is the way I move my tools around and interact with them. Not just a launcher.

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Tailwind CSS

A compositional CSS framework that makes styling websites easy. It’s like writing CSS on steroids.

IndieOpen Source
Things icon


If it's not on Things, probably I won't make it. It's how I run my life

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Everything I make on the internet lives on Vercel. Vercel is the gold standard of developer tools.

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Visual Studio Code

The Code Editor