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Try Ctrl + Shift + Z. Tested on Linux with Chrome browser.
Trello does have an API which is documented here. Using that you should be able to write scripts to perform any action it supports. It doesn't look like anyone has written a bash interface as yet, however you could possibly make a Python based command line tool based on the libraries listed on that page.
Nevernote is about as close as you'll get, I fear. I'd have to dig around a bit but I'm pretty sure I've seen a quote from Evernote folk saying they'd never be doing a *nix port. They're counting on folks to use the API for other platforms.
Currently , there is no Evernote native app for Linux , but i saw an article states that Evernote 4 for Windows runs perfectly under Wine . Source :Web Upd8 - Install Evernote 4 under Wine
Subsonic is what I like. It even allows me to stream to my phone.
A bit late, but .. I, myself, have finally had it with there being no replacement for the "really delicious" addon from the old days you speak of. Not only has the old addon that I have kept running finally gone to a state of too many bugs, after days of searching I didn't find anything close to what was offered by it before (on any browser!). So, I think ...
It might be because now that Youtube/Google knows who you are, they are trying to customize the pre-roll advertising to you So, as a "normal" anonymous person, just by luck it turns out the advertising loads fine (even if it's just bottom of the video ads) THEN, you log in, and through bad luck the CDN that is now serving your ads (or tracking your ...
There is trelew, an interactive/immersive Trello CLI app. Not very good for scripts, but awesome for normal Trello work from the terminal. You'll need nodejs to use it. If you already have npm you can just type sudo npm install -g trelew then start it with trelew
Dropbox does do block-level sync, according to this answer to a ServerFault question. The blocks in question are 4MB, apparently. Whether your idea of a loopback filesystem / disk image to dump all the 20K files into a single file for dropbox syncing would speed up dropbox sync would depend on the speed of your internet connection - you would be trading ...
Another tool you can use if, for some reason, wget doesn't meet your needs, is HTTrack. It can be more powerful in some ways but can be a bit tricky to get used to if you're not using the WebHTTrack GUI for it.
wget is the standard tool for downloading web sites in Linux. It is quite configurable, so you can tell it to only download a single page, or follow all the links within a single domain, or even cross domains, as well as many other things. You will want to familiarize yourself with the wget man page.
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