A long time ago, I have a blog called something living at cli.duckland.org. The first article on it was called What Do I Use? which listed some of the software I used on a daily basis. I thought it would be worth revisiting.
Oddly enough, I am still using a lot of the same or very similar stuff:
|bash - my shell of choice||Still Bash||Why change something that works|
|screen - a shell multiplexer and more||tmux||So much better|
|mutt-ng - a mua on steroids||mutt||Mainstream finally caught up|
|centericq - IM. How do you stay in touch?||nothing||CLI chat is mainly dead, sadly|
|snownews - an RSS feed reader||newsboat||Feed readers are still a thing|
|calcurse - a calendar/todo manger||Sadly, Google Calendar||I know|
|bashblogger - the CMS for this site||Hugo||Much better solution, and maintained|
Now, I know my computing needs are different from many, and my tool set reflect the facts that I have been in system administration or systems engineering for 30+ years (dang, I am getting old), but I find it interesting that I am still using the basically the same tools 13+ years later.